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tmc2009

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Here is a UCD Panachee from last years only cutting and I don't see any signs of FMV yet but I'm sure it's probably there.  The greenhouse is giving me a good head start.  If you notice I am also one day into the future and still no signs of FMV


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Tom, it looks really good. I hope my 2013 Panachee cuttings do that well. They have been in Root Riot cubes about two weeks and have moved one to a one
gal pot already.
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I guess I should have said it's the order I placed in 2011 for the 2012 cuttings so it's from last year.  
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Looks great.  It's been hard to root for me.
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Tom not nit picking but 1 of the signs of FMV is displayed with deformed leaves.
Middle picture bottom leaf on right side .
Otherwise your plant should grow very well despite any FMV  just like mine .
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I was looking at that leave when I took the pictures.  It's actually pretty symmetrical but the curl on the edge makes it look deformed from that angle.  Yes, I know that it is most likely infected but it's looking pretty good for now.  I was just thinking when I took the picture that there are people that want to stay away from UCD cuttings but as far as I know there are tons of delicious figs that are on their trees every year.  Anybody know if they make use of the fruit from all those fruit trees or do they just fall to the ground every year?
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