Hi, I had a Victoria plum tree for the last three years. The first year it produced fruit, they were full of maggets. Hardly rescued any.The second year, 2010 it produced abundant amount of beautiful tasty plums, no fault at all. This year it is full of fruit, in fact all branches loaded, but most of the plums are dropping before they are ripe, some only ripe on the one side and have some kind of sticky leaks. The leaves this year have curled up, and show yellowish streaks, very dry as well. I have been feeding with Tomato feed recently. What can I do to save the large amount of plums it has? Don't know where to turn. It has never been moved from the original place it was planted.
- 25 Jul, 2011