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Should I let the runners of my choko vine go or cut them back?

Fruit and Citrus • Garden Jobs

Hi Ken, chokos are a perennial which fruit in autumn to early winter and then die down. Your vine may have died off in february if it was lacking water and/or nutrients. The new growth yellowing is either lacking fertiliser or it is simply at the end of its cycle and dying off for the winter. The early pruning and dieback may have prevented formation of fruit.

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Answered: 7 Apr, 2019

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