I have 2 conference pear trees, some 5 years old. Plenty of blossom each year but never any fruit sets. Why?

Trees are about 12 feet apart. I have tried pruning – and also not pruning. Result is the same.



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    Sometimes fruit trees don’t produce fruit because they aren’t being pollinated enough. Even with plenty of blooms, there may be a lack of pollinators (which is a growing concern). Other reasons could be poor soil drainage, too many branches could be hurting the trees, producing open wounds, etc. Below is a list of possible problems. Good luck. 

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