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Figs fit well in temperate-warm climates, just like olive trees and citrus trees. Low winter temperature may damage buds and young branches, frost and frozen precipitations may be harmful for the plant, while saline and dry climates are well tolerated. The ideal soil is generally fresh, light and deep. These should be kept full with organic substances in order to help the plant absorb what it needs. It grows also in dry and rocky soil but it is totally unwelcome in wet and clay soil. Adverse weather conditions may cause the branches and fruits or buds to get broken, so try to grow your figs in repaired areas.
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Figs should be reproduced cutting relatively young branches, repositioning them in scion during the end of the winter season. During winter you can also fertilize the soil with manure. During the blooming and fruit season it is not necessary to pay a lot of attention, rather during the collection of the crops it is a good idea to handle the fruits with care because they are very fragile. In fact they will not last long and they should be eaten fresh or letting them dry.
Figs do not encounter many parasite attacks, but what bothers them the most are the gnats, or fruit flies. These bugs and mostly, their larva, have the annoying characteristic of digging tunnel-like holes into the pulp that eventually, gets rotten and festering. Cochineals attack branches and trunks and get the plant to die on the whole. Always keep an eye on your fig tree if you want to avoid parasites and prevent their attacks by not letting water stagnate. Use anti-parasite and natural remedies to heal your plants.