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Enid Stillhard starts with ...
Here is the picture of the tree.

Whilst it is now winter, we are a bit concerned as the last fruit gone black. We think the ants got into it. Any suggestions what to do now? And how to avoid it?
Thanks.
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Enid Stillhard
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21st June 2007 3:02pm
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Enid says...
Hi,
Here is the picture,
we now have a concern as the fruit has gone black. Whilst it is winter with temps of as low as about 8 degrees, we think that was not the problem.
It seems the ants got into it! Any ideas of what to do now? And how to avoid it?
Thanks.
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Enid Stillhard
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hana says...
i've had great success with neem sprayed on my fig trees... it gets rid of fungus and pests. it even killed borers last year...and it's not toxic to humans.
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22nd June 2007 12:21pm
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Dave Lambert says...
"neem non toxic to humans"...depends on the dose...it also can kill earthworms.For real management of deleterious fungi and 'pests'.improve the soil structure and soil food web..introduce aerobic microorganisms and +ve fungi.
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24th June 2007 8:58pm
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sheila says...
Could you tell me what size pot i would need to grow a black genoa for best fruit growth
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sheila mccart
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5th September 2007 7:01pm
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Kingo says...
It won't fix the blackening problem but you'll grow a stronger and ultimately more productive trees if you take the stakes out as soon as, staked trees just grow tall and spindley because there is no need to grow strong if your holding them up.
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Enid says...
Hi all,
Thanks for your replies. Sorry I did not get back to you sooner. The tree is now planted in the ground. The black spots have gone and I hope it will bear fruit again.
We do get some strong winds here, but once the roots have taken hold we will take the stakes out. However, we find that we need to give some "guideance" by loosly staking it, otherwise the trees grow with a lean.
Thanks again, regards Enid
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Enid
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27th October 2007 11:14am
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Gary says...
The fig tree has been in the ground for a year. The new leaves come last for about a month and then go brown, dry out and fall off. The fruit doesn't ripen. Any help would be appreciated.
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10th December 2007 8:42am
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Elizabeth says...
Gary, in my layman's opinion it looks like your fig has rust. I bought a small fig about three weeks ago from a nursery and with all the wet humid weather we have been having in Sydney my tree is being attacked by what I believe to be rust too.
If anyone could offer us any advice re treating this problem safely then it would be much appreciated!
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Elizabeth
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11th December 2007 11:20am
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Correy says...
Here is my guess.

My fig tree had similar leaves to the one in Gary's picture. And when you look on the underside of the leaves there are these small white worm things that hide very well. What I did was pick them all off and then this year I have been spraying with this insect spray:

http://www.ecoathome.com.au/displayproduct.asp?id=1008

Seems to be working for me. The fruit is just starting to develop for me now.

Perhaps you have something different though.
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Correy
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11th December 2007 11:35am
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picketty says...
My hug fig has been doing the brown culred leaves and january drop for the last 3 years. I am interested in more specific advice on an environmentally friendly cure.
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jo says...
I have a problem as soon as fruit is ripening birds are eating them can I bag them or just net the tree
thanks jo
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Scott G says...
I netted my tree once to stop the birds. It was reasonably successful. The figs that were close to the netting still got picked at. The net was on for a while because my figs ripened over an extended period. The net was not very friendly to the new leaves. But some figs are better than none yum!
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Marina says...
The best pot would be a wine barrel. The fig tree has roots that are shallow. It would grow quite comfortably in this type of pot even if it were a largish tree.
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Marina
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bekstar says...
I have a white genoa fig. The good thing about that type of fig is that the birds can't see the ripe fruit because they are green and blend in to the foliage well!
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Marina says...
I bought my fig tree from Grevillea nursery. It had the top damaged but it hasnt deterred the tree from giving me huge figs last spring and is now full again with figs. I dont net my tree as the fig tree is only 1 metre high and its close to my shaded pergola. The birds are more interested in my veggie garden.
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Marina says...
Your fig is burning. My black genoa is in part shade. You need to keep the water up to it. I mulch the bottom of the fig with straw which keeps the soil moist.
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Jo says...
We have recently 'inherited' a small orchard, inc a fig tree, which I have deduced to be a 'white genoa' (has green skin when fully ripe). Would appreciate some adice on when to spray / fertilize. There has been some evidence of borers (which we pruned off last spring), and we have had an OK summer crop of delicious figs, when we have been able to beat the cockatoos (will try a net next year...) Thanks in anticipation...Jo
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t dk says...
i wish to grow a fig tree (black figs) from a cutting. any suggestions as to when to do this and how to plant the cuttings?
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7th July 2008 2:28pm
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Reena says...
Hana could you please give me the name of the neem spray that you used on your fig tree? My tree is dying and I found a massive beetle or bug on it.
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20th January 2009 10:41pm
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Brad says...
Any idea what is causing the light brown colouring on the photo of the fig cutting I started late last winter? It only seems to affect the variety I was told is "late", but has larger single pronged leaves (so far any rate). The affected leaf yellows off and I've had one drop already so I'd like to fix ASAP- I'm thinking its likely fungal - so might try sulfur. But would appreciate it if anyone can diagnose.

The neighbouring other varieties (3 pronged leaf, I'm told fruits twice a year) don't seem to be affected (yet?) and seem quite happy
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amanda says...
Hi Brad - it looks a bit fungal doesn't it? Do you have it under some trees? When I moved my plants under a big bottle brush awhile back they all got sooty mould - I don't know if it was all the muck falling on them all the time or the shade.
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21st February 2010 8:06pm
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Brad says...
nice psychic powers Amanda - they're under shadecloth, but the neighbours bottlebrush would be above these if I hadn't chopped it back to the fence. The air in that corner is a little stagnant, but you use the space you've got...

Positive ID would be nice to know what I'm dealing with.
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22nd February 2010 2:21am
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amanda says...
Hi Brad - for what it's worth it looks like a mould to me. As it's not bearing fruit maybe try Anti Rot (Yates)? It's quite safe.
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Michael says...
How can I get rid of small shells growing all over my fig tree? the shells have blood kind of liquis inside when you squash it.
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Michael29
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23rd January 2012 2:36pm
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john says...
You have scale. Spray with horticultural oil and add Malathion for a little extra effect if you're not a purist.
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chris says...
hi John what about brown spot on fig leaves any ideas?
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13th February 2012 7:15pm
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Shawn says...
I'm desperately hoping someone can help me with getting rid of something causing my black genoa figs to start "rotting" on the branch.
It's affecting <50% of my fruit. They start when they are still green and hard and develop a soft, gooey spot near the opening which then makes the whole fruit mushey and if left, causes the whole fruit to be covered in a black fuzzy mould.

I'm desperate as this whole procedure take only a day or two.

HELP
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22nd February 2012 4:01pm
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Jimmy says...
Heavy rain?, if so most likley brown rot so use a systemic spray, whcih is not easy for home gardeners to get hold of eg TILT.
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john says...
There is an opening at the distal end and water enters here and is retained. In its native range rain does not fall in summer. You can shelter the plant from the rain but some seasons I just take my losses.
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Prickles says...
I 'acquired' a black fig sucker from a between tenants house many years ago. There were two very large, very old fig trees in the yard, plus numerous suckers (scorched earth these days).

My tree gives a light crop in spring, and a much heavier crop in February. The fruit is large and beautifully sweet.

My fig intrigues me because it produces a very red jam. I've been given surplus black figs from different people, but they always produce a brownish jam.

Does anyone know what my variety might be?
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21st March 2012 8:03am
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John I. says...
Hi Prickles, Sorry I don't have an answer for you but perhaps you can find something on this web site: http://www.figs4fun.com/
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22nd March 2012 10:10am
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Prickles says...
OMG! I didn't know there were so many varieties!

And just to complicate things, I live in an old country town - the original fig (possibly earlier that the tree from which my sucker came from) could have come from anywhere, at any time.

Perhaps its suckering habit made it unpopular as a nursery/orchard variety.

The birds have polished off the last of this season's fruit. I'll have to wait until next year, cut one in half and compare with the photos on Figs 4 Fun.

Thank you for directing me to this site - it is fascinating.
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Prickles says...
Reply to Michael about the shells - but I stuffed up.

As John says, it is scale insects.

Some species of ants have a symbiotic relationship with scale insects. The ants 'farm' the scale insects to eat the honeydew which is released from the scale. I've read that the ants will even carry scale insects from an over-crowded branch to a less crowded spot.

I had a massive scale problem on a couple of ornamentals. I'm sure the ants cleaned the white oil off the scale.

I had no luck with the scale until I also started to control the ants, using ant baits. They turned their noses up at a mix of borax and icing sugar.

So, if you notice ants marching up the trunk of your fig ...

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Prickles
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MaryT says...
My white Adriatic is sprouting new leaves because of our unusually warm weather. I hope that is not detrimental to its long term health?
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Carl76 says...
Hi all,
Anyone know a nursery where can I get a St Dominique Violette fig in Brisbane.
Diggers , Not a member.
Yalca dropped the ball.
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sternus1 says...
Pretty sure only diggers (the nursery with the stupidest management and most counter-intuitive business model in the universe) stock it.
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Carl76 says...
Thats for sure.
Delivery takes way too long, plants so small if you sneezed , you would've lost them, considering the price they charge.
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ivepeters says...
Hope my Blue Provence is still coming,ordered it from Yalca as well.
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Carl76 says...
Its good, am getting that as well.
Just got notified regarding the St Dom.
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BJ says...
Mr figs is selling st dom d vi on eBay.
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Carl76 says...
Unfortunately Sydney pickup only.
maybe next year.
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ivepeters says...
Carl
Can get you that type from Diggers.
Know someone who still admits to being a member.
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Jason says...
I finally got a fig from an old resident variety that's been growing here in Portland. I was quite surprised to see it was a green skinned fig. It was more pink/red inside than the typical white fig, more than white Genoa which is more than Excel. White Genoa tastes better than Excel and this Portland one was better than Genoa, just a little better imho. Only those three have ripened fruit thus far.
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MaryT says...
Sounds great, Jason. Do put me in the queue for a cutting! :)
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Carl76 says...
Ivepeters
Thanks , what do I owe you ?
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ivepeters says...
List price of $20 + my cut for delivery and handling. :-)
A cutting 2 or 3 years down the track, when large enough to handle it. :-)
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Carl76 says...
I can live with that, should've got my email today.
thanks
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Carl76 says...
Cuttings have sprouted leaves and figs , two weeks ago.
Wondering if too late to transfer to larger pots ?
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JohnMc1 says...
They don't mind being potbound, why not leave them where they are for their first season?
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12th September 2014 7:43am
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Carl76 says...
John
Thanks for the advice.
Just thought whether they'd put on more growth and therefore fruit down the track if I put them in a larger pot.
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TMary says...
Suit yourself Carl 76. As John said the figs are ok with their roots restricted. It depends how small the pot you have them in. It won't hurt them either if you repot with care.
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Carl76 says...
Thanks Mary.
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DFL says...
Marina, Gary's tree is not burning... it has been affected by an insect, which will be evident on the underside of the leaves.
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IJH says...
Rats! how do I stop the rats from eating my fruit, first the figs then they move to the apples. I have a very small suburban garden in Morley Perth. I cannot put baits on the ground as I have two small dogs
Thanks
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Julie says...
IJH, The blue blocks from the supermarket have a hole in them (I think!) Could you thread string through and hang or tie them in the tree?

I recently had a huge problem with mice, that were not taking baits. Systems Pest Control sold me some very effective baits that are not available in shops.Gone in a week, but I saw one today, as they never go away for good!
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi IJH

Vermins hate Peppermint smell. Dab some cotton balls with pure peppermint oil and put them strategically around the garden and shed where there is a suspected rat activity. Plant some catnip around the garden. Rats hate them too.

Always keep the garden clean and tidy by removing food scraps and water sources like bird bath and drink bowls for dogs.

Happy gardening :-)
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Phil49 says...
My fig tree has not started to leaf yet. It is 10yo and has always fruited. Scratch test reveals green beneath bark and there are suckers at base.
Any suggestions?
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