The early flowerings of Chartreuse finger lime fruit are rapidly filling out, these young fruit (pictured) are just a month or so old and the warmer weather and plenty of sun is kicking them in to gear. It is expected a decent sized harvest will start a little earlier this year.
September 11, 2012
Farming finger limes is often described as one of the most fulfilling pastime. As they are a robust native species, they require very little pesticides and chemical applications. Irrigation may be required in the drier times to keep their soil moisture levels perfect. With balanced fertilizing, mulching...