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  • Wild Fig Tree Finds Today

    First, I found a massive brown turkey type with overly ripe fruit (I found out the hard way) along the waterway.

    The second is a seedling that looks like a caprifig IMO.
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  • #2
    Looks good!! Good hunting and congrats!

    Mario
    Tx 9a
    Mario
    Texas 9A

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    • #3
      Might want to grab yourself a sample of that Caprifig.

      Someone might come up with a tool so anyone can pollinate female figs in the future with ease, and if they do, that Caprifig might not be there.

      You know, kinda like "as seen on TV"....
      Inland Empire - Zone 9b

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      • Figology
        Figology commented
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        I could start slanging pollen. I’ll use illicit looking baggies for fun.

      • Kid Fig
        Kid Fig commented
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        Firsth ju get da pollen, den ju get da power, then ju get da weeman.....

      • Figology
        Figology commented
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        Hilarious

    • #4
      The Fruit in the photo is no BrownT and no caprifig. Wild Seedling or Culture?
      Андрей. N.-W. Кавказ, пень Абрау, 7б-8а

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      • Figology
        Figology commented
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        It resembles the figs labeled Brown Turkey here in Los Angeles. Might be similar to caprified California Brown Turkey.

        The smaller tree is the one I suspect to be a caprifig. I’ve seen others around here that have a similar wood color. There’s no fruit on it so I won’t know until at least next year.

      • Figology
        Figology commented
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        The big tree has a trunk of approx 3 feet in diameter. Looks like the city cut it down to the floor at one point. It’s still covers about 30 feet wide. It’s on city property along a wash basin.
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