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Fig identity

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GrahamD starts with ...
Hello fellow gardeners,
i volunteer at the local high school and have come across a neglected fig.
I have struck cuttings which are healthy.
the fruit from the tree is poor quality (perhaps from neglect) but I am not certain of the species.
I will attach photos of the fruit and the cuttings for anybody that may care to assist.
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Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery says...
Hi Graham, looking at the fruit my guess would be Brown Turkey, but the shape of the leaves are different. Could it be a local selection? Your cuttings look wonderful.
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GrahamD says...
Thanks Pauline,
I tasted the fruit and it was tasteless and dry.
I have some fruit already appearing on the cuttings so if they ripen I will contact you .
BTW is the rusty appearance on the leaves natural or hot weather?
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