1. Normally about 70% This year we had a drought with lots of fruit drop on my young trees.
2. 30% (Birds are my biggest problem--Hurricanes Rita and Ike decimated the squirrel population)
3. Yes, but could always eat more fresh.(Still have 19 Pints of preserves in the pantry and as many that were made into strawberry fig jam, which I don't like, so probably will discard later). All off 1 huge Celeste. Part of the reason I started this was to have figs ripening at different times, extending the harvest.
4. 3 people, only I eat figs. I have no data on pounds(never took the time to weigh). Most figs I got this year came off 1 huge Celeste(did not drop fruit during drought). Tree is at least 35 years old. My other 30+ trees are < two years old, so only got samplings here & there.
5.Average age for most are <2 years.