Wild Plum hollow deformed fruit
It is called plum pocket. This disease most often appears on native species, especially Canada plum and wild, or American plum. It is less common on domestic (European) plum and uncommon on Japanese plum. Except for removing the infected fruits, there is very little one can do this year. However, next spring before the buds break open, spray the tree with lime sulfur.
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