Should I remove the fruit fom a pear seedling after transplanting so it will concentrate on root development?The tree had blossoms on it when it was planted and fruit has developed.



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    I would assess how the tree looks. Has it taken to the new location well or does it look droopy and has yellowing leaves? If so, it may be stressed from the move or not have enough water and fertilizer.

    However, if the tree seems to be perky and sending out new leaves, I would leave the fruit there. It will probably be small, but if the tree invests effort into the fruit, then it is doing fine on the root development.

    Good luck!

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