From Family Plot.
This is likely a pollination problem. University of Memphis Director of Landscape Joellen Dimond says apricots are self-pollinating, but they need bees to knock the pollen around in the flower. She says it could also be a problem with the weather. She recommends reading the Extension publication on New England tree fruit management available here: https://netreefruit.org/stone-fruit/apricots.
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