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Beginner Fruit: Can this Kiwi plant be saved and what happened to it

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PhyllisJ
Johnson City, TN
(Zone 6b)

July 28, 2012
7:41 AM

Post #9221283

I have a male and female Kiwi plant. I put them in pots hoping to plant them in the ground this fall. The one plant is doing great. The other was looking great till less than a week ago. I thought at first maybe the deer had eaten on it. All the other plants in pots in this area are doing real good. I would appreciate any help and advice.

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BCH521
Homeworth, OH
(Zone 5b)

August 1, 2012
4:47 PM

Post #9226368

It looks like it is still alive. If something is eating it put some fencing, or something around it. I tried to grow this plant once, and it seemed like everything liked to eat it. I finally gave up. Maybe others know more about it, or a better way to keep it safe.

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