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  • Cessac Main 2021

    One year old tree I got from fruitnut late last season.

    It rained a lot today and yesterday, and I didnt expect much, but it was very very sweet and tasted really good, I cant wait to see how its going to be next season. I can see now why all the hype, its a keeper for me.
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    MJ
    Chicago Zone 5
    Figbid Listings Varieties List

  • #2
    I've been wondering where the Cessac posts have been hiding...those first fig keepers are a rare bunch, so it most be special.

    Congrats man!
    Tom V
    San DiegoCa

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    • #3
      Cool! Got any pix of the tree?
      Alan. Los Angeles area. Zone 10b (Sunset zone 24).
      Looking for: Boysenberry Blush, Dolce Calderai, Hative D'Argenteuil, Ondata.

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      • MJA829
        MJA829 commented
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        I will send some tomorrow.

    • #4
      Nice, way to go!
      glad it’s a keeper for you.

      Now grow that tree big so you can air layer and sell cuttings and irritate FDM
      Round Rock, TX 8b
      WL: Delicious figs

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      • MJA829
        MJA829 commented
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        I had a few business interactions with them, and they were great and very professional.

        As for airlayer and cuttings, thats a no no.

        Why waste a cutting when you can graft and make 4 trees instead 😉 that I can trade for later

      • Halligan-
        Halligan- commented
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        Hahah, I bow to your expertise on grafting.

    • #5
      My tree is about 4 1/2 feet tall and has figs.
      Mine came from FDMUSA and my experience has been 100% positive.
      Piney Point Village, Zone 8b
      W/L- Allix, Cateto

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      • Figwasp
        Figwasp commented
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        I'm excited for you!

    • #6
      A lot of money for a fig the size of a nickel.

      At least its a good one.

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      • Bellefleurs
        Bellefleurs commented
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        I’ve seen other varieties sell for far more on FigBid.

      • MJA829
        MJA829 commented
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        In comparison to other high quality and expensive figs, its a lot of money for sure.

        The return on investment will be through trades and selling extras

      • Garlic_Mike
        Garlic_Mike commented
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        That's the way to do it. Like anything else, the whole fig thing is a learning experience. Just better people to learn with.

    • #7
      claret here is a picture of the tree

      Attached Files
      MJ
      Chicago Zone 5
      Figbid Listings Varieties List

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      • Recklesstown_Chad
        Recklesstown_Chad commented
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        That’s a fine looking tree.

      • claret
        claret commented
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        That’s handsome; and you’ve gotten fast growth this year. Thanks for posting!
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