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Helen Haining starts with ...
Can you tell me how often Jaboticaba trees are supposed to fruit? Mine have given me 3 crops in 12 months.
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Helen Haining
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21st June 2007 1:08pm
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Kath Kermode says...
This is normal in a warm climate, trees in Brazil can have 5-6 crops in a year.
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21st June 2007 1:17pm
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Dorota says...
Helen, how old and how big is your tree? How long did you have to wait for first fruit?
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25th September 2007 12:38pm
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Tran says...
Hi Dorota,

It took 10 years for my tree to flower, it was about 1.6 m and another two year for fruit to set. It needs lot of water and I did not provide enough water so it took so long. I now have a water tank dedicated to that tree and it has lots of flowers at the moment.
It could have given me fruit ealier if I look after it well with enough water and food.

Good luck.

Tran
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