We have a gorgeous, healthy fig tree in our backyard. Big, beautiful leaves, big beautiful figs. Except on the inside, they're completely dried out and inedible. It gets sun, it gets water. . . what are we doing wrong?
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Dried fruit on the tree is normally cause by disease, which is introduced by the Dried Fruit Beetle. They crawl up into the fruit and bring disease. This article will help: http://extension.entm.purdue.edu/publications/E-229.pdf