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Subject: Pruning question with pics Replies: 14
Posted By: 2007_giants Views: 1,563
 
Thanks for the advise I guess we are talking about growing these in a bush form. I would like to put one or two in ground but between the nematodes and animals eating fruit it would at the least be to frustrating for my patience. Thanks again.
Sal

Subject: Pruning question with pics Replies: 14
Posted By: 2007_giants Views: 1,563
 
The two long branches had rust which I did not catch in time. I removed the infected leaves and treated with a copper fungicide which seemed to work. I will probably not prune since it does have fruit which I'm not willing to give up. Since this tree put on so much growth the first year should I expect the same growth next year. FL zone10

Subject: Pruning question with pics Replies: 14
Posted By: 2007_giants Views: 1,563
 
 I would like suggestions on how to prune these trees. They were small 10-12 inch rooted cuttings from NY in Jul 08. The tall one I believe to be a Brunswick the smaller ones are a black unknown with a red pulp. I am limited to about 10 ft in height due to the enclosure. Please be as precise as possible as i"m new to this. The trees did not go dormant this past year and I had figs in Jan. I'm assuming they will go dormant. Should I prune then or when they start to break dormancy.
How much should be cut
tree form or bush  Thanks
Sal
  

 


Subject: Pics are posted for air layer question Replies: 2
Posted By: 2007_giants Views: 884
 
Thanks Gorgi I love to read all your posts you are a fig guru.
Sal

Subject: Pics are posted for air layer question Replies: 2
Posted By: 2007_giants Views: 884
 

 Sorry I still don't know ow to po post pics I hope that worked.


Subject: Question about airlayering Replies: 2
Posted By: 2007_giants Views: 984
 
When is the best time. I read Leon's great post with pics but I was wondering if it can be done when dormant or after fig crop has been picked. I would hate for the branch to break with figs still on it. I'm in FL. and hurricanes season is started. My fig is in a pot and I will move if heavy winds comes. I'm sill concerned with the branch breaking it is about 1/2 inch in diameter and 3 ft tall.
Thanks
Sal zone 10

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