on 12/16/2012 8:04:18 AM
Flowers coming in small trees, should I pluck them?
I have about 3 months old Drum Stick plants (seed germinated) and 6 month old Mango trees (brought from Nursery).
The height of both plants are just 3-4 feets, despite that Drum Stick and Mangoes both are flowering.
Is it good or I should pluck those flowers to let the plant grow strongly? As those flowers might be eating away food of the plants?
Not sure if this logic is correct, please guide.
I think as they are too small to bear fruits, you can pluck most of the flowers and keep few so that you know what kind of species of the fruits coming up and you can decide whether to leave the plant to replace with some better varieties.
In general if flowers are coming in very small trees, you should pluck them (you are good in your assumption).
Hope this helps.
on 3/19/2018 11:33:11 AM
First of all, it is necessary to remove shoots damaged by frost, it was written by assigment help UK
. This is an extra burden for the tree - they will not bear fruit, but juices can draw. The procedure is carried out while the plants are still asleep, that is, the sap flow in them is stopped.