Ah, this new information helps a lot. This is the late frost I referred to. The frozen blossoms the year before probably stunted the tree’s ability to produce blossoms again and, consequently, its ability to produce nuts.
I recommend paying special attention to the tree, and perhaps consulting with your local arborist. Your tree has indeed been damaged by the frost.
I have the same problem. Does this mean the tree will die
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