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necterines

Postby Jack » Wed Aug 03, 2011 5:41 pm

I have planted two Necterine trees about 3 years ago now, and I get lots of fruit on them but they only get as big as golf balls, and then they die and fall off. I live in PA. I'm not sure if they dont do well in the north or what. I lost one of the trees this year, I cant figure out whats wrong any Ideas would help. my peaches didnt do to good this year,the bees got to most of them.

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Re: necterines

Postby SONNY » Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:40 pm

We didnt get any nectarines OR peaches this year either here in central Il., they only make fruit every other year here, but this was a drought year so no fruit of any kind! thanks; sonny
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