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Once picked green how does passionfruit ripen off the vine?? or have I picked it too early

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Vine ripened fruit is always best (natural)

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I HAVE CONCORD GRAPES THE FRUIT DIEING ON VINE AND LEAVES ARE DRYING UP


Have a read. Disease, pests or virus.

Grape Diseases and Drying on the Vine ' Home Guides ' SF Gate

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The leaves become mottled with tiny black spots and the fruit also bears dark spots. ... Most of the diseases that cause drying grapes on the vine are fungal ...

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Luckily, the fungi, insects and bacteria that cause fruit to rot or wither are easily ... Summer bunch rot-infected grapes have black, brown or green powdery fungal ... Removing leaves at the base of stems once grapes have set helps control both ... Best Time to Pick Concord Grapes for the Best Flavor · Grapevines & Leaf Curl ...

What Are the Causes of Grapes Turning Black Before They Ripen ...

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If your grapes turn black on the vine before they ripen, the cause is usually black rot. ... which helps prevent infection by speeding the drying of leaves and fruit.

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Jul 16, 2014 - Minimize black rot problems by removing infected fruit, cleaning up mummies, and pruning out leaves that surround fruit clusters. See fruit links ...

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Oct 16, 2014 - Leaves develop numerous dark brown spots, 1/25 to 1/5 inch (1 to 5 mm) in diameter. ... resulting in distinctive clusters of dead vines within the vineyard. ... Berries that do not fall off shrivel up, similar to black rot-infected berries. .... This disease occurs only in Concord and Catawba grapes in Michigan.
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Do you strip off tomatoe leaves now?


The plant will die if you do it too early. Wait until the last of the fruit is ripening otherwise there will be no more conversion of sunlight to energy for the plant.

Jul 25, 2017 | Garden

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What cause black spots on bottom of tomaoes


watering them when its hot outside and tomatoes are hot. this can also make them split when ripened. never water when the fruits are hot. always water early in the day. never at night. this causes fungus.

Jul 17, 2017 | Televison & Video

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Ripen cut cantaloupe


Not once it is cut. To test before cutting press the ends or smell the fruit, it should smell sweet. To ripen. put in a paper bag with a ripe banana as they give off ethylene gas which is a ripener. Also works on tomatoes.

Jul 01, 2017 | Cooking

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My passionfruit has dense foliage but after three years no fruit.when do i prune this plant,cold climate,and show how .


Some passionfruit varieties require another vine to provide cross-pollination and produce fruit however the commonly grown 'Nellie Kelly' and 'Panama Gold Select' are self-fertile.

If there are flowers but no fruit, try hand pollinating the blooms using a small dry paintbrush or a cotton bud to transfer pollen from stamens to the stigma. Repeat this regularly until you see fruit forming.

Over fertilising with a high nitrogen fertiliser can cause flowers to drop and prevent fruit from forming.

In cooler areas they need a warm, sunny, sheltered spot with fertile soil and regular water to thrive.

Quotes above from Jennifer Stackhouse.

Prune passionflower in early spring if you live in an area with colder winters.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPBwCoOdRgg

Jun 18, 2017 | Garden

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My passionfruit vine is loaded but doesn't seem to be ripening


which variety do you have
some say green color turning to a light yellow and other variety has a dark plum color when ripe

May 07, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Passionfruit falling from vine too early/wet/brown


The plant has a deadly disease, do not eat the fruits please.

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I have 4 tomato plants that are full of large green tomatoes but they will not turn red. What can I do to get them to ripen?


Grant, an interesting problem. Not knowing the environment, I searched for methods to force-ripen tomatoes; this site looks promising:

http://homeguides.sfgate.com/force-tomatoes-ripen-64525.html

If it's just too cold, the tomatoes won't ripen on their own. The above site advocates picking the tomatoes and bringing them inside to ripen, among several other potential solutions.

There are also recipies you can try with green tomatoes (other than frying). After the first frost of the season, I made a tomato chutney that was excellent following this instructable:

http://www.instructables.com/id/Grans-Green-Tomato-Chutney/

Sep 04, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Spots on tomatoes


If the spots are mostly at the bottom of the tomato, more like one blotch, it is from not having enough lime in your soil. It is called bottom rot.Putting lime in the soil is called sweetening the soil with lime.This is what you need to do for bottom rot. If it is in other places and more than one spot, it could be from insects crawling on and defecating on the tomatoes or maybe a type of fungus or mold. Hope you only need garden lime. It will save your tomatoes from bottom rot since it is early in the year.

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