When Are Figs Ready to Pick?

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Fig become ready to pick when they are ripe, feel soft and are soft at feeling. They become droop when ready and will easily detach from the tree when lifted upwards from their drooping position.
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1. Harvest fresh figs during the fruit season for your region: after July in the South and after August in the North. Wear gloves to protect your hands from the sap. 2. Avoid figs
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A cantaloupe is ready to pick when it starts to lose it's green color. It will begin to look brownish with a white net look around it. If you scratch the very end of the melon, it
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if they are yellow and soft pick them they are ready. Source(s) have two trees.
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It might depend upon the variety of fig. I pick mine when the fruit has turned color and "drooped" a little from the stem. Also check on the softness of the fig. If it is
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