I have planted a Kamokamo and it is very healthy looking. There are plenty of Kamokamo on the plant but when they reach a certain size they turn yellow and fall off. What is the reason for this and how can we fix it?
this may be happening if the Kamokamo are resting on the soil and spoiling from getting too damp. Can you raise the fruit on a brick or similar to keep dry. Let me know if this does not help
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