I have a plum tree that is in full bloom. It's fruit is vary large reddish
yellow plums 3" long when ripe. Usually, it gets a dozen or two fruit on it, but
one year I harvested 80 pounds of plums from it.
Here in Seattle, the spring has been cold and damp. There is no sign of any
bees. I am wondering if there is some way of fertilizing the tree manually,
perhaps be tapping a branch from my neighbor's small fruit plum or my italian
prune trees against it's blooms. Does anyone have any knowledge about this they
could assist me with?
Large harvests are often followed by small harvests.
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