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Drowned fig tree

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Due to an irrigation error it looks like I have drowned my 5 year old fig tree the leaves have shrivelled and the small imature fruit is also getting soft and looks dreadful.
Any hope of recovery?? Thanks
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25th January 2019 2:10pm
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Linda says...
??? Perhaps, they don't like wet feet. Don't water it any more (at all) and wait and see. I have noticed that I get curled up /cupped up leaves on my fig ( but not all over - not sure whether it is a mite ( can't see anything) or a fungus. You could also try no more water and eco fungicide on the leaves.
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