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Dragon fruit don’t *do* much in fall, but there’s a lot YOU should do in fall to set them up for healthy, vigorous growth next season.

00:00 – Intro
00:41 – Visual Inspection
01:24 – Shape And Structure
02:26 – Pruning
03:21 – Tying Up New Growth
04:43 – Thinning Flowers
05:22 – Fertilizing
06:28 – Preventing Rust
07:18 – Colder Zones
08:07 – Outro

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