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 How to Transplant Fuji Persimmon Fruit Trees?

Answer The Fuyu Jiro persimmon, sometimes erroneously called "Fuji," is an Asian persimmon, and one of the most frequently planted cultivars of the species. Fuyu is non-astringent and its fruit is firm an... Read More »
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When do persimmon trees bear fruit?

Persimmon trees start to bear fruit after seven years of growth. The fruit begins ripening at the end of autumn into the early part of winter. They are best eaten after they have fully ripened.Sour... Read More »
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How do i move&transplant fruit trees?

Site PreparationSelect the site where the fruit tree will be transplanted based on the specific needs of the tree, such as sun requirements and soil properties. Dig a hole bigger than the root syst... Read More »
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Can you transplant full grown fruit trees?

Mature fruit trees can be successfully transplanted in their dormant season. Dig all roots out of the fruit tree drip line and transplant into a new hole mixed with organic compost.References:The U... Read More »
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Can I use pigs to clean up around my dwarf fruit trees Will they hurt the trees while eating the fruit?

I just read a report for a MASTER GARDENER in Texas who tried pigs the way you are asking. It was a disaster. The pigs went after the lower fruit still on the trees and actually broke off many lo... Read More »
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