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Fallen young custard apple

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bzh starts with ...
Found this on the ground under our tree this morning. It was going to be our first fruit of the season. Stem looks like it's just snapped off cleanly. No strong wind last night. Any idea as to possible causes?
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HAMILTON SOUTH,2303,NSW
29th December 2017 10:03am
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi BZH
It's normal for fruit trees to exhibit fruit drop at this time of the year specially for juvenile trees like yours. As the tree ages and become more established fruit set will be more prevalent. Just be patient and enjoy the triumph and tribulation of growing edibles.
Happy Gardening :-)
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31st December 2017 8:27pm
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