Haas Avocado Tree
"Watering can be tricky on avocados.It's true that excess moisture can kill an avocado tree. However, young trees need more water than mature ones. If your tree has been used to getting more water, it may not have an extensive root system, and may require more frequent watering than normal until its roots can expand. Normally avocados need watering every 2 to 4 weeks. Young trees need watering every 1 to 2 weeks, depending on the weather. Try gradually adjusting the watering schedule to get to this time range.
If your avocado is flowering but not setting fruit, it may be because there is no pollinator nearby. Avocados are partially self-fruitful, but set heavier crops if a pollinator variety is nearby. Varieties that should work to pollinate 'Hass' are 'Bacon', 'Fuerte', 'Stewart', and 'Zutano'."
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