Studies in our area have shown that late season fertiliFertilizing fruit trees late in the season can cause the tree to be less cold hardy, which means there is a greater chance of damage if cold weather occurs in the fall.
Studies in our area have shown that late season fertiliFertilizing fruit trees late in the season can cause the tree to be less cold hardy, which means there is a greater chance of damage if cold weather occurs in the fall. Richard Dickin Tri-City Herald
Studies in our area have shown that late season fertiliFertilizing fruit trees late in the season can cause the tree to be less cold hardy, which means there is a greater chance of damage if cold weather occurs in the fall. Richard Dickin Tri-City Herald

WSU Extension Q&A: Wait until spring to fertilize fruit trees

November 20, 2016 06:36 AM

UPDATED November 20, 2016 06:36 AM

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