Re: Flowers on plum tree

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Posted by Mike G on May 20, 2003 at 23:21:08:

In Reply to: Flowers on plum tree posted by steve on May 16, 2003 at 00:28:24:

: Please help . My plum trees in my backyard are well established and have fruited well in the past years however, they flowered about 2 weeks ago and I checked the buds for baby fruit and it seems that all of the flowers and the baby fruit are gone. I live in so cal it hasn't been too hot or cold I don't get it. Anyway, my question, is there any thing I can do to make the trees flower again? Make them think is is the beginning of spring again.
: I would appreciate any help.
: Thanks from Long Beach, Ca
: Steve C

No, sorry man.

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