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  • Is it really?

    Or a better question is what is it?
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    Nothing in the world takes the place of growing citrus till figs come along. Ray City, Ga. Zone 8 b.

  • #2
    Get that puppy on ebay... fast!

    SoCal, zone 10.
    www.ourfigs.com Invite your friends.

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    • FMD
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      ROFL

  • #3
    Is it a deformed mutation that needs to be destroyed?
    Nothing in the world takes the place of growing citrus till figs come along. Ray City, Ga. Zone 8 b.

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    • Taverna78
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      Wild grape ahahahašŸ˜‰

  • #4
    I've seen pictures of it, seems some varieties are somewhat prone to it? I wouldn't fret.
    https://www.figbid.com/Listing/Browse?Seller=Kelby
    SE PA
    Zone 6

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    • #5
      It is a conjoined twin!





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      Wishlist: Galicia Negra, Paritjal Rimada, Black Ischia UCD

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      • #6
        We'll I guess it can be explained them. So are all the figs on the plant doubles?
        Nothing in the world takes the place of growing citrus till figs come along. Ray City, Ga. Zone 8 b.

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        • PA Figs
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          No, just the occasional.

      • #7
        Many years ago, Gene Hose identified this phenomenon as a swollen peduncle. See Jon's 'Double Header'
        Littleton, CO (zone 5b) - In Containers
        N.E. of Austin, TX (zone 8b)- In Ground.

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        • #8
          Here's another plant showing 'swollen peduncles' - pistachio nuts.



          SoCal, zone 10.
          www.ourfigs.com Invite your friends.

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          • don_sanders
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            Cashew nuts are so weird.

          • Hershell
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            Yea, I agree that is strange.

        • #9
          Isn't this what a Dall A'sso Black is supposed to look like?

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          • #10
            Great looking fi..fi..fig Hershell. You get two in one buddy. My Black mission was the only one that produced a couple of those the first year in ground and they did ripen and tasted just like the rest so.. Nothing to worry about .

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            • #11
              This was a Bari with a 2 for 1.
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              Frank ~ zone 7a VA

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              • #12
                Last year several on my Hardy Chicago looked like that. I figured it was the new nuclear fuel storage facility that just went in 1/2 mi down the road.
                Bob C. KC, MO Zone 6a. Wanted: Martineca Rimada, Galicia Negra, Fioroni Ruvo, De La Reina - Pons, Tauro, BFF, Sefrawi, Sbayi, Mavra Sika , Fillaciano Bianco, Corynth, Souadi, Acciano Purple, LSU Tiger, LSU Red, Cajun Gold, BB-10 any great tasting fig

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                • Chrisk
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                  Ha ,super figs

              • #13
                My Hardy Chicago had some doubles last year.

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                Barry
                NE GA ,Zone 7b Low Temperature of 4F in 2015,17F in 2016,17F in 2017,6F in 2018,17F in 2019

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                • #14
                  Raspberry latte is known to do that as well
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