Question From: T. Slot - Byron Center, Michigan, United States
Q: Hello, I have some old standard apple trees on my property that though they produce apples, the apples are always small. I have pruned them and they still consistently produce few and very small apples. I keep bees so I do not think it is a pollination problem. Thanks for any help that you might be able to give me. Tim
May be the variety. Also pruning and thinning fruit will help. Best And Happy Yardening, Nancy.