Are your trees showing signs of distress? Perhaps we can help.

posted in: Trees in trouble 2

Sometimes, you may run into fruit tree problems – fruit trees can get sick. All sorts of things can happen: they may stop growing, their leaves may discolour or curl up, perhaps they don’t produce much fruit. Just contact us by email or responding in the space below, describing the fruit tree problem. Please provide your contact details, including your address (fruit trees are site specific), and please remember to send some photos.

Scroll down to view some problems already submitted by readers, with the respective response.

2 Responses

  1. S. L.

    Wild plums aka Rainbow Plum Mix. One single tree in the middle of a row of 10 trees is having this problem. About 25% of the tree has leaves that have turned brown on the edges and are dropping. What is this problem?

  2. M. H.

    I have a comice pear tree. Last year I had an abundance of fruit. This year I have picked the fruit to ripen inside but having to throw them away. I have bordeaux, can you please tell me when can I spray the tree and do I spray the whole tree or just the trunk.
    I live in North Wales.