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Trimming a Pomergranate tree
December 9, 2010
11:19 am
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I have a 4 year old pomergranate tree. This year there were just a couple of flowers but they fell. Last year there was good flowering, some flower fall but I got about 12 -14 small fruits. Thinking that the tree is young I did not mind. I had trimmed the tree when I noticed that there was some leaf curl. I had at that time sprayed the tree with Rogar. I use the regular compost only.

Is this is the best season to trim the tree? Any specific fertilizer required?


Thanks and Regards


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December 20, 2010
10:04 pm

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July 10, 2011
12:18 pm
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Hi patricia, takes about 3-4 years before the tree starts bearing fruits.  Infact We have 3 pomergranate trees, 2 for last 10 years, 1 10 year old dried up last year and we finally got it removed a month back. 1 of the trees gives about 100 odd fruits every season, its ladden right now. I would like help with squirrels( 2 of them actually)..i do enjoy them running around in the garden all the time, but they eat up the entire lot of fruits even before they get ripe. Any suggestions.




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