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Question: 1299-3715
I am a retired farmer and have never seen such fruit on the apples and pears in my garden. I suspect that we area going to have a very cold winter. Arthur, Norwich, CT

Mort's Answer:
I agree within you. It is a phenomena of plants to produce a lot of flowers for seed as we have witnessed in southeastern New England this year. Plants need to extend their specie and seem to grasp this as do the squirrels that will soon be popping up in our gardens and roofs. You cannot fool Mother Nature even as we try.

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