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re my question about my cherry tree, many thanks to all four answers. They've given me some good ideas, the drought answer immediately springs to mind, this year very dry and with clay soil the ground gets very hard. No picture at present. The fruit forms nice and green, but as soon as they sart to fatten up they go brown and fall off. So watering and a good manure shall be my first plans of action and hope this works. Many thanks for your tips, From June in Dover



don't forget to fork a little bonemeal in in the spring and mulch agine in autom and bonemeal in the spring each year, you look after it and it will look after you, and every december dont forget the winter wash, good luck June.

18 Nov, 2009

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