No Fruit on Asian Pear Trees
If your trees are blooming well and there are bees around, it sounds as if a good crop should follow. Naturally there will be bud drop as only a few of the buds will actually result in fruit. In fact, it is recommended that all the flowers or buds except one be removed from each spur. The fruits are formed on 2 or 3 year old spurs. Prune the trees during the winter annually to build up a strong system of spurs and remove any watersprouts that take energy from the tree. You would be wise to contact your local Cooperative Extension office (blue or yellow pages) for local advice and soil test.
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