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I've got a load of azure colonised woodchips which don't look like they're going to fruit this year. I've heard of azures sometimes fruiting in the spring, and wondered what the best conditions to encourage this are?
sorry to hear that - my beds also are not looking great perhaps you shouldn't give up yet what are temps/humidity there now? expected? if it gets real cold you might want to cover the beds with cboard - any other suggestions out there? i'd like to know myself what to do, if anything, to improve fruiting possibilities, now or in the spring
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