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  • I-258 vs GN AF

    I know, you know they are the same fig or very very closely related! Large size and high quality! Always satisfying my wife. Your wife will love this large size high quality! Did it sounds weird?!
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  • #2
    What does the AF stand for?
    And how does this one do in Florida?
    C.Florida 9B WL: I-258 , Black Ischia, Ham Rham, Ghoudane , Moro de Caneva


    • #3
      Adriano’s initial is AF. They has been growing crazy ! I cover the top of BM and I-258 (GN AF) to protect from the rains these days. I cover them only when they are almost ready to pick. They are just too good and worth it.


      • FloraFig
        FloraFig commented
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        Funny, I was thinking that the other day. Buying a canopy tent and put the figs in pots under it when it rains.

      • Fig-Doctor
        Fig-Doctor commented
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        I use trash can as a pot and use the top when they are almost ready! It works for me!

    • #4
      Happy wife, happy life!
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      Round Rock, TX 8b
      WL: Delicious figs


      • #5
        I'm still not positive they are the same, similar yes...anyway, that's my excuse for growing them both!
        Tony; Pickens county, SC zone 7b

        Care for the Earth...there's no place like home


        • #6
          I has grafted a GNAF bud onto my I-258 tree for future comparison. They are supposed to be identical, so at least I still have I-258 tree at the end.

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          Tung, Vietnam
          - Growing figs in a tropical climate