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My chokoes have finished fruiting and I would like to share the plants. How do I go about this please.

I have been told to leave them in the ground covered with mulch and when they start sprouting through next season to dig up spare plants but wanted to check this info.Thanks

Submitted: 11:19AM, 11 May 2015
Answer: Chokoes are a prolific producer in the right climate. You can leave the Choko fruit in the fruit bowl until you see shoots coming out of the fruit then plant them back out into the garden. Your method will also work although there is the risk they may rot if the mulch gets too wet.
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