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soursop growing in pots

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ayo starts with ...
can i grow soursop in pots,if so.. does anyone know how big the pot should be.....
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7th November 2010 8:51am
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Brendan says...
Gee ayo, it's possible I suppose, but you'd need a very large pot, my two soursop trees would be ~5m high!
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7th November 2010 9:03am
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Michael says...
I'm growing it in a very large pot for two years now. I've been told it's almost impossible to get it to fruit in Sydney but I'm trying anyway. It's very frost sensitive so you have to move it indoors during winter .
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Jeremy says...
Pots are viable, but only if they fall every five minutes. Get your paedodad to help if needed. Water with brack water. DO NOT let Jiachin come within a 10km radius to ensure its survival.
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