I've thinned Japanese plums with gentle shaking. You often have to do it more than once, though, as the remaining fruit gets larger and starts to crowd. Shake just hard enough to get fruit to start dropping off gently.|
From: "Helga and Bert Dunn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [nafex] alpricot V60031
Date: Sat, Jun 2, 2001, 3:45 AM
Our trees are just loaded with fruit, most we've seen in 20 years
Other than climbing a ladder is there any way (even chemically) of thinning the fruit?
Bert Dunn RR4 Tottenham Ont zone 4b
see also http://www.littlefatwino.com/bertslist.html <http://www.littlefatwino.com/bertslist.html>
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