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What to do with Fig Trees with dead tips

Posted by trout72 6 (My Page) on
Fri, May 22, 09 at 19:49

The tips of my fig trees are dead and have no growth, how should i go about pruning these if at all. And by the pictures is there anything else i should be doing to help these trees fruit. One is a Celeste and the other is a Violette de bordeaux. I love this forum.

negronne

celeste


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RE: What to do with Fig Trees with dead tips

trout 72, cut down all the dead branches and everything will be fine.
Good luck
Maria


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RE: What to do with Fig Trees with dead tips

Thank You Maria, i did cut off the dead part of the tips and it seemed to stimulate fig production. There are figs all over the trees now. I am very excited. Thank you

Matt


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RE: What to do with Fig Trees with dead tips

Trout,

I'm in zone 6 too, se PA.That development looks just like mine here.......

Richard


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RE: What to do with Fig Trees with dead tips

How many days did it take to grow back??


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