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Hello I have a fig tree, a pomegranate tree and a tangerine tree in my yard. The fig tree grows sweet figs, but the other two grow sour products. Is there anything I can do to make the other two trees produce sweeter results? Thanks in advance
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Check your soil ph. Aim for around 6. Keep well watered and add plenty of animal manure to them. If that doesn't help pull them out and find sweeter varieties.