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What can I do to get my pear tree to produce fruit to full term

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
April 12th, 2011

I've had a pear tree for about 5 years and it only produced one pear after about the second year. After that I would notice several small pears all over the tree in the spring, but they all disappear and never get any bigger. I’m not sure whether they are falling off or being eaten off, but after about a month they are all gone, and they never get larger than a pea.
Once again there are clusters of small pears on my tree, but Im afraid they will disappear also. What can I do to get the pears to mature and grow to full size?

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