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bought new house came with fruit trees

Posted by gorangers913 none (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 28, 14 at 9:56

Can anyone help me, we recently purchased a house and apparently every tree in back yard bears fruit, nut I am not sure what fruit and how to harvest.... and is there a way to make a tree barren as to not produce fruit? see picture of one included there 3 of this one (also has a huge seed inside alost like a apple texture with a peach pit), 2 loquats I think, a mandarin orange tree, a lemon or a lime tree, 2 pear trees Asian I believe.


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RE: bought new house came with fruit trees

  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 28, 14 at 17:32

Is that a Jujube?

There are local organizations that will come out and pick your fruit and donate it to the needy. That might be a good way to get rid of the fruit while also helping your community.


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RE: bought new house came with fruit trees

be nice to know where you are..

i thought it was a pear tree ...

better pic???

ken


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RE: bought new house came with fruit trees

Our apple trees have fruit on them now, if those are apples, you are lucky, they are good sized apples. And look unblemished. They could be something else, though, but if they are apples or pears, they look very good and unblemished, not like my apples, I haven't sprayed mine though, but apparently you haven't. If they aren't apples or pears forget my post.


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