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What the hell is going on... This thing broke dormancy on about March 15th. Do I have an everbearing fig?


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I have been saying the same thing i have over 40 in ground trees with figs on all of them. Some have 30 figs plus. Breba on some that never even produced breba. My lsu champagne has 15 breba and main crop at the same time. I dont even get figs on that one till towards the end of the season and the leaves are way bigger and different shape. Like i said to you before ross .... best season ever for me. My trees broke dormancy at the end of January. Got to be global warming lol. Maybe some truth to GLOBAL WARMING. GOING TO BE A REAL BAD STORM YEAR FOR US IN SOUTH COAST AREA.
I ALREADY ATE RIPE FRUIT.

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I have been saying the same thing i have over 40 in ground trees with figs on all of them. Some have 30 figs plus. Breba on some that never even produced breba. My lsu champagne has 15 breba and main crop at the same time. I dont even get figs on that one till towards the end of the season and the leaves are way bigger and different shape. Like i said to you before ross .... best season ever for me. My trees broke dormancy at the end of January. Got to be global warming lol. Maybe some truth to GLOBAL WARMING. GOING TO BE A REAL BAD STORM YEAR FOR US IN SOUTH COAST AREA. I ALREADY ATE RIPE FRUIT.


Global warming aside, Richie my tree should not be forming main crop 3 weeks after breaking dormancy...

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My Maroc Noir from Harvey just put out its first roots about a month ago and its already ripening a nice sized main crop fig
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Spring sprung early this year. Probably a month ahead of normal at least for my area.

I would say enjoy it while it lasts. The alternative is global cooling. Not good for figs. :)

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