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Mulberry tree slow to shoot

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Jacinta Agostinelli starts with ...
My Hicks Fancy fruiting mulberry tree is very slow to shoot. This happened last year and it eventually took and grew vigorously but had no fruit. Nothing seems to be eating the new leaves. Is something wrong?
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Jacinta Agostinelli
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5th November 2018 12:27pm
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phil@tyalgum says...
Is it looking any better almost a month later? It'd be interesting if there was an update now it's early summer
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Jacinta Agostinelli says...
Hello Phil
Thanks for replying: yes it is picking up slowly as the season progresses and by end of summer ilast year, it was very vigorous. I’m expecting the same pattern this year. I’m wondering if it doesn’t like to be espaliered. I’m thinking I will move it when it’s dormant, so it won’t require espalliering.
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