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Leafless figs

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Lee starts with ...
Hi, all my fig trees have no leaf, the soil is dense, but they get watered all the time. Don't understand why they struggle when I have seen them in Europe in worse climates.
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Hunter Valley
25th January 2013 7:04pm
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Pauline says...
It sounds like they could be water logged. Try watering them less.
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Adelaide
2nd February 2013 5:34pm
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Julie says...
Friends of mine with fig trees never water them. They are fairly tough - and WA has a hot, dry climate.
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Jason says...
Mine here in Vic have no leaves left as of last week, been too dry this year
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