Mrs. C

by Tamara
(Wedgefield, SC)

I have loved pomegranates since I was little and my papaw would open them for me. He had a couple bushes, as well as blueberry bushes, pecan trees, and the like.
Now I have a place of my own, we have lots of fruit trees. As well as three pomegranate bushes, they are so beautiful, and put on lots for flowers. However, as soon as the fruit starts to turn it starts splitting and never ripens. I can not figure out what is wrong or why this happens so any help would be appreciated.
Thank you

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Apr 15, 2012
Splitting fruit
by: Anonymous

Hi Mrs. C.,

Usually the splitting occurs because of not watering correctly. You need to water the pomegranate bushes, the same amount at the same time.

The splitting can also be because the fruit are already ripe and need to be picked from the tree.

I hope this helps, enjoy your fruit.



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