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Mulberry stopped producing fruit

Mulberry    None Given

I have a mulberry tree that was doing good and fruiting when I bought it but it then stopped producing and the leaf edges are brown and dry as if it's burnt. It's in a greenhouse with a cool temperature of 24C, gets full sunlight , loamy soil , water it every 3 days

PS: from what I know is that plants produce fruits all year round if given a medium temperature environment is that correct ?

HELP


Posted by: reem (9 points) reem
Posted: October 21, 2014




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Do you know what type of tree you have? White, red or black mulberry? Do you know the variety? This may be an issue with pollination. Many mulberry varieties are self pollinated by wind but if it is in a glasshouse then I suspect that there may be problem. It would also tie in with the fact your tree was fruiting when you bought it and has now stopped.


Posted by: Lindsay McMenemy (2 points) Lindsay McMenemy
Posted: October 21, 2014


reem commented,
Its starts off by white but then it turns to black!

I do have an AC that's on high fan maybe I should direct it on it ?

When u say polinate u mean the tree with its ow self has male female or should I have other trees to do the trick??

I prunes it anyways cuz I found some aphids

Can any plant produce fruit if was given the right temperature ?

about 5 years ago.

Lindsay McMenemy commented,
It's very hard to to say for sure without knowing the type of tree. Some varieties have both male and female flowers on the same tree, others have separate male and female trees. and must cross pollinate. It sounds like you have a black mulberry tree and this is true for those too. Does the tree flower?
about 5 years ago.



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No it only get new leaves and starts by the baby fruit right away then they grow


Posted by: reem (9 points) reem
Posted: November 3, 2014




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