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why are the figs on my tree empty inside?

it’s a 3 year old plant in a large pot lots of fruit, but figs go brown then furry and soft on outside.


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#1 Comment By GKH_Susan On 10/07/2019 @ 2:35 pm

It may be fig souring, which is essentially rot. Make sure your container soil is well drained and you are not overwatering.

It also could be a wild male form, which does not produce edible fruit but aids in pollination. In that case you would need to get a female plant.

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