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Once the sheath on the male tree opens, we will cut the whole sheath out of the tree, then hang it upside down to dry. Once the pollen has dried to a very fine powder, we sift it into a large air-tight container for storage. A male sheath that has been removed from the tree. Notice the small split where it is starting to break open.

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This sheath probably weighs close to 10 Fig trees dating. The Female trees have the same kind of sheath, and as they begin to flower, we will remove the sheath and separate each strand. We then tie the strands together and hand pollinate the flowers using the fresh pollen that we have collected from the male trees. We use a small ketchup squirt bottle for this process. We pollinate each female tree at least three times. Around April or May, as the fruit begins to "bud" on the strands, we will begin the thinning process.

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Special "borders" are built up around the trees in order to flood irrigate and contain the water at the root of the tree. This special border disker scoops up the sand and forms a border around the date trees. These borders keep the water where it is needed, at the root of the date trees. Each tree requires approximately 60, gallons of water per year, but only at its roots! You could think of it as someone who likes to wade in the water, but doesn't want to get their hair wet! The borders help conserve water and eliminate grass and weeds throughout the grove. Notice the thickness of the main stalk.

This picture was taken early last August, before the dates had ripened. A bunch of dates not Medjools just prior to the date harvest. Around the beginning of August, the Medjool Dates are covered with a white muslin bag to protect the dates from birds and insects. The common fig tree is mostly a phreatophyte that lives in areas with standing or running water. It grows well in the valleys of the rivers and ravines saving no water, having strong need of water that is extracted from the ground. The deep- rooted plant searches groundwater, in aquifersravinesor cracks in the rocks. The fig tree, with the water, cools the environment in hot places, creating a fresh and pleasant habitat for many animals that take shelter in its shade in the times of intense heat.

It is often wrapped in waterproof material to discourage mould and fungus from developing, then covered with a heavy layer of soil and fallen leaves. Sometimes plywood or corrugated metal is placed on top to secure the tree in place. Often they are simply wrapped in plastic and other insulating material, or not protected at all if planted in a sheltered spot against a sun-reflecting wall. Fig fruit is an important food source for much of the fauna in some areas, and the tree owes its expansion to those that feed on its fruit.

The common fig tree also sprouts from the root and stolon issues. The infructescence is pollinated by a symbiosis with a kind of fig wasp Blastophaga psenes. The fertilized female wasp enters the fig through the scionwhich has a tiny hole in the crown the ostiole. She crawls on the inflorescence inside the fig and pollinates some of the female flowers. She lays her eggs inside some of the flowers and dies. After weeks of development in their gallsthe male wasps emerge before females through holes they produce by chewing the galls.

The male wasps then fertilize the females by depositing semen in the hole in the gall. The males later return to the females and enlarge the holes to enable the females to emerge.