Why Won't My Avocado Tree Fruit?

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There can be several reasons why your avocado tree won't fruit. The reason could be the age of the tree. If the tree is very old it may not fruit. Also, it could be the weather. Cold conditions will not allow the tree to fruit either.
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Avocado trees do not produce fruit for many years. Some take anywhere from 10 to 15 years to fruit. Different varieties will mature at different rates. Avocados that are grown inside
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Don't expect your house plant to bear fruit. Although this does occur occasionally, it usually requires grafting. A plant grown from seed will take anywhere from five to 13 years
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Because the fruit is too heavy for the branch and avocados only ripen once haversted.
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The most common reason an avocado tree won't bare fruit is due to how it was planted. You would need to know if your tree seed was grafted. You can find more info at: www.willsavocados.com
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