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My Black Genoa fig has been in ground now for 6 months has only grown 5 cm although there are several buds at the top growth seems to be stagnating should I move it to better spot or maybe the ground too moist, the soil is rich,but does not seem soggy. | Trevor Gerard - Labrador , Qld
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Trevor Gerard
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20th March 2017 3:30pm
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Figbarron says...
Hie has it been fertilized at all and is it fruiting? Mine are in pots and the young ones have been fertilized and are growing really well, doubling their size in a matter of 2 months. The ones that are fruiting have stopped growing to put their energy into fruiting. Out of interest how old is yours?
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FRANKSTON SOUTH,3199,VIC
22nd March 2017 11:31am
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Trevor Gerard says...
no it isn't fruiting, gets regular thrive, just not growing much,seems to be the soil is too moist so i will move it on the weekend and pray i don't kill it.
thanks for input
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23rd March 2017 9:34am
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Figbarron says...
No worries. Give it the transplanting dose of seasol and put a temporary shade around it for a week and it should be fine. Also get as much of the rootball as possible to avoid transplant shock.
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