Can Frost Damage Young Fruit Trees in the Spring?

Young fruit trees can be damaged by frost, especially in the spring. The damage can be as mild as losing a few leaves or as devastating as adversely affecting the crop for the season.

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Lisa Caswell holds a license in cosmetology and has practiced in the field since 1980. With a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Quincy College, she also serves as a victims' advocate for those affected by domestic or sexual violence.