Pruning too late in the season. If you prune too late in the season, the tree may not have enough time to recover before winter. This can lead to dieback or other problems.
Not pruning enough. If you don’t prune enough, the tree may become overcrowded and the fruit may not ripen well.
Pruning the wrong branches. If you prune the wrong branches, you could damage the tree or prevent it from bearing fruit.
Spreading disease. If you don’t disinfect your pruning tools, you could spread disease from one tree to another.
General care Vegetables in august :
Water regularly. August is a hot month, so your vegetables will need regular watering. Aim to water deeply once or twice a week, especially if the weather is dry.
Mulch. Mulch helps to keep the soil moist and cool, and it also helps to suppress weeds. Apply a 2- to 3-inch layer of mulch around your vegetables.
Fertilize. If your soil is nutrient-poor, you may need to fertilize your vegetables in August. Use a balanced fertilizer, such as 10-10-10, and follow the directions on the label.
Inspect for pests and diseases. August is a time when pests and diseases can start to become a problem. Inspect your vegetables regularly for signs of pests or diseases, and take action to control them as soon as possible.
Harvest regularly. Harvest your vegetables when they are ripe. This will encourage the plants to produce more fruit.