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Question: Can You Keep A Fig Tree Permanently In A Small Container?

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI get a lot of questions here at Learn How To Garden from subscribers and viewers. I had an interesting one recently from Chin. Here’s Chin’s question:
“I just watched your video about container-grown figs. Is it alright to keep a fig tree permanently in, say, an 18-inch container rather than repot it into ever larger ones every couple of years? Thank you.”

The answer is yes Continue reading Question: Can You Keep A Fig Tree Permanently In A Small Container?

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QUADGROW – TOMATO UPDATE MID AUGUST 2013

This latest update clearly shows the advantages you gain when choosing this system to grow your tomatoes the crop is larger and more fruit on the trusses

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GROWING TOMATOES IN A QUADGROW – UPDATE 4

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TOMATO VARIETIES THAT GROW EXTENDED TRUSS SHOOTS

This happens to some variety’s of Tomatoes when after the truss has set the tomato reverts to growing another stem and producing flowers for more fruit.

The most likely reason is  that where they originate a lot grow as vines along the ground and this would allow then to spread seed further,I have always removed them as it allows the truss to ripen better and tomatoes further up the plant to be more productive

 

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QUADGROW UPDATE—SIDESHOOTS AND SPRAYING

When you grow using  Quadgrow you still need to spray to prevent Tomato Blight as it is almost certain you will lose you plants to this disease if you dont, I  explain my Organic spraying method and also explain why you need to remove sideshoots

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