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  • Gr8Figs
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    Bunch of BT
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  • Hershell
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    All of my dreams look like that!

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  • AscPete
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    NO, but using pruning technique that are specifically for fig trees, like the pictured Citrus pruning techniques, could result in increased fig production in potted culture with similar small sized containers

    Pruning to establishing permanent scaffold branches and separate fruiting branches and applying balanced fertilizers with proper ratios of Macro Nutrients (NPK) can result in increased production in fig culture. The pictured fruiting branches of 5 to 10 gallon fig trees that are ripening ~80 to ~140 figs this season.
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  • mountainfigs
    started a topic Dense Fruiting

    Dense Fruiting

    Does anyone have any figs in pots that have approached the dense fruiting of these citrus plants?

    I don't see a biological impediment. Of course the fruit could not hang ripe for as long as citrus. It seems that one would need to induce dense branching and short branching, with tightly spaced nodes.
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