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Avocado Wurrtz

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Trevor Gerard starts with ...
My Wurtz Avocado now about 2 full years into the ground is growing beautifully but appears that themain lead wands to grow towards the side, is this normal.
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Trevor Gerard
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28th May 2018 2:11pm
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Trevor Gerard
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Trevor

The picture unfortunately didn't appear in your forum page above. This happens when you edit and forgot to upload the picture again which is annoying. Everytime you edit a post with picture in it, you have to upload the image again together with the newly edited text or else the picture will vanish.

Anyway, wurtz avo is a dwarf variety. It's natural tendency as a dwarf variety is to grow sideways not vertically like some tall avo cv's. IMHO that's a natural characteristic of your wurtz guacamole.

Happy gardening :-)

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Trevor Gerard says...
Thanks for the reply.
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David01 says...
Hi Trevor,

You should trim off the main leader to promote the side branches. See attached Photo. Cheers.

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