How long does it take an apple tree to bear fruit?


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2009-10-17 00:42:33
2009-10-17 00:42:33

Generally, if a tree is planted as a seedling and in good growing conditions, it will bear fruit within 6 to 10 years. Of course, this figure varies depending upon soil and climate conditions along with a million other factors.


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Apple trees take as much as 5 years to bear the first fruit it also depends on the type of apple tree you have. Also it is said that apple trees must be planted in a row of at least 5 trees to give fruit as this would increase their pollination chances.

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if you buy a grafted tree it should be able to bear fruit in 2-3 years. if you grow if from seeds it will take 5-9 year.

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It takes about 5-6 years for an apple tree to produce fruit from seed

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