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We have just moved into a new house and there is a fejoa tree that looked like it wasn’t fruiting. After raking up the leaves around the bottom of it, i noticed that it had fruited but they are very small (about 4cm). It also has some little buds on it at the moment. I would like the tree to fruit next year and was wondering if there was anything i could do etc?? It is obviously a self fertilising tree as there is only one on our property.

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Feijoa likes lots of food. Feed with high nitrogen NPK fertiliser in late winter and well rotted animal manure in autumn. Make sure you provide good drainage for them. If you want a higher yield plant a few more in the same location and plant two of the same variety, for example Apollo or Gemini. Add blood and bone when you are planting them.

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