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Hi Bruce, The first couple of years they can sometimes concentrate on “growing” rather than flowering, but they should be doing something better by now. Make sure you use a balanced fertiliser not only a fertiliser that is high in Nitrogen. As the new growth appears (just after flowering) see if you can prune off some of this new growth (and leave the flower growth) so the energy goes into the fruit rather than foliage which causes the fruit to drop early. If you are 100% sure fruit set isn’t happening then no pollination, in this case it might pay to plant a Lavender or similar to encourage bee activity. Thanks the Palmers Team

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