How to Effectively Grow Fruit in your Home Garden & Pots

How to Effectively Grow Fruit in your Home Garden & Pots

A Comprehensive Guide to Growing Fruit at Home

Roy Kington is a former marine engineer with the merchant navy and has a passion for growing fruit in his garden. He took us around his 15-year-old home garden after using UGF 6-in-1 INSTANT PLANT BOOSTER on his lemon tree, lime tree, fig tree, avocado tree and passionfruit vine.

We saw how within 3 years, his very small lime tree grew into a large tree with a large trunk, producing hundreds of healthy limes for food and drinks. The same results occurred with Roy’s pride and joy – his meyer lemon tree which not only produced hundreds of bright yellow lemons that were quite large compared to standard size lemons, but it produced lemons all year round!

He has been spraying his citrus trees with UGF 6-in-1 which reduces the amount of fruit flies and stink bug attacks.

Another big success Roy has experienced thanks to UGF 6-in-1, is with his fig trees in pots. Although initially his fig trees struggled to grow and produce fruit, and had to be re-planted, since using UGF 6-in-1, the trees have started producing figs, which is remarkable, considering that the trees are at the early stages of development. We could see a fig just days away from being ripe and plenty of tiny, pea-sized embryonic figs all around it. Roy counted about 50 figs growing from this small fig tree. He said the figs were much tastier and sweeter than the costly figs bought in stores – perfect for breakfast!

The other fig tree he showed us was pretty sick prior to using UGF 6-in-1. The tree now is in perfect health with 10 figs starting to produce. That tree used to be in the ground for two years and produced no fruit. He then took it out and placed it in a pot, placed it under the sun and fed it with UGF 6-in-1.

Roy also has an avocado tree in his garden which has also benefited from UGF 6-in-1. He commented on the beautiful, silky green leaves.


Roy was also well chuffed with his passionfruit vine that also produced hundreds of very tasty and sweet passionfruit. After the passionfruit vine drops its fruits, he again applies UGF 6-in-1 and the vine continues to run along the back fence.

For best results with UGF 6-in-1, Roy applies the emulsion in early spring then every fortnight and waters in well right through the growth period. He also a very diluted amount of UGF 6-in-1 and applies on all the leaves his whole garden.

An added benefit of using UGF 6-in-1 is that he no longer needs as much insecticides which are harmful to fruit and vegetable plants. He noticed that spraying a tiny amount of UGF 6-in-1 on the foliage of his trees, he no longer gets the same bugs. In fact, he no longer gets the stink bugs that used to destroy his fruit trees. Roy explains stink bugs and fruit flies seem to be repelled by UGF 6-in-1. Aside from being a nuisance to fruit growers, fruit flies can contaminate food with bacteria and other pathogens. Dangerous bacteria and other germs stick to their bodies, that can get on our food or hands and spread illnesses that cause health problems to people.

Female fruit flies also lay their eggs in small groups, just below the skin of the fruit. When the maggots hatch, they feed on the fruit, causing it to eventually rot and drop to the ground.

Typically, fruit growers like Roy would have to cover their trees with nets. Now he simply sprays the fruit with UGF 6-in-1 around late winter and early spring when fruit flies tend to appear. He claims that as a result, he didn’t lose a single fruit from fruit flies last year, compared to the previous year where he lost 30% of his fruit production from fruit flies. In addition, he didn’t need to treat his trees with any other insecticides and pesticides.

Should you be growing fruit trees in your home garden or are thinking of planting some, it is important to avoid these common mistakes:

  • Choosing the wrong variety of fruit and vegetable trees based on your climate & soil type. Do your research on best varieties for your region.
  • Not protecting your trees from pests and diseases. There are many products and solutions available that will help protect your trees, many prefer a natural solution like UGF 6-in-1.
  • Not pruning your trees. Best done systematically – the right amount at the right time.
  • Ignoring the health of your soil. It is important that your soil is of high quality and has all the nutrients required to grow fruit trees. Applying UGF 6-in-1 to your soil will greatly increase its quality.

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Video Transcript​

0:00 Highlight Snippets of Differences achieved
0:54 Lime success story after UGF 6-in-1
1:30 Passionfruit, beautiful long vine, sweet
2:00 Fig Tree now plenty of early fruit, healthy, deep green leaves
3:27 Repels Pests… stink bugs, fruit fly, etc
3:52 Meyer Lemon, my pride & joy!

0:00 Cause the lime is just growing so strongly. There’s some of the winter crop. Look at the, look at the trunk on there. As you can see look at the leaves, they went very dark green. Limes here right through the year as well, the same as the Meyer lemon. Take a shot of that up close! They’re big lemons, aren’t they? They are. That’s surprising to have a fig have that development, but as you can see by the deep green of the leaves, there’s now a very healthy plant. It produced some beautiful passionfruit this year. Its really has benefited from the Unknown Growth Factor. I get a whole lot of new vine running along the back of the house.

0:33 So here we are with the famous Roy Kington, ex-merchant Navy, a marine engineer and company director and we’re about to walk through Roy’s garden and see what he’s done with the Unknown Growth Factor that is advanced fish emulsion and what he’s done with his fifteen year old garden.

0:54 This success story, this has only been in about three years, been three years from a very, very small plant. There’s some of the winter crop and these are limes now that we can open and put in the drinks. Look at the, look at the trunk on there and its growing hugely, a very fast grower. And yet it’s refruiting as well, refruiting yeah. As you can see look at the leaves, they went very dark green and they’ve definitely benefited from the Unknown Growth Factor. And we’re getting limes here right through the year as well, the same as the Meyer lemon.

1:30 What about your passionfruit vine Roy? Passionfruit vine I put a fair amount of that on there, it does really respond, I put on some. Just in very early spring, make sure as well water them and I do that about every other week, about every fortnight right through the growth period and as you can see Brett, it produced some beautiful passionfruit this year, I mean that’s still growing and these will be ready for all those nice passionfruit sweets that you want in the summer, so that’s a very early fruiter, it really has benefited from the Unknown Growth Factor and then after it drops the fruit, I get a whole lot of new vine running along the back of the house.

2:01 The other big success story Brett is my fig tree. This really struggled for a year or two, I got it planted out again. But as you can see, this is a very early fig, that’s surprising to have a fig have that development, you can see the smaller ones around, but as you can see by the deep green of the leaves there’s now a very healthy plant and I got something like about fifty figs growing and the thing is, there’s nothing better Brett than cutting a fig off the tree for breakfast in the morning, its a completely different flavour than the ones you buy in the shops and I think the Unknown Growth Factor has been very, very beneficial to this one

2:41 But now I’m not putting heaps of the Unknown Growth Factor in, what I’m doing is just feeding a very diluted amount over a period of time, say once every couple of weeks I just put a little bit more in. And I got another one here and as you can see, its got very healthy growth, this was a pretty sick plant when I put it in a couple weeks ago, put some Unknown Growth Factor, soaked it in and now I’ve got about ten starting to produce and that would have been in the ground for two years and did nothing, I brought it out, got a bit of sunshine on it, put some Unknown Growth Factor in and its away.

3:15 This is an advocado tree that has benefited from the Unknown Growth Factor, it has got beautiful green leaves, nice silky green leaves, incredibly healthy plant, it’s grown ten centimetres already this year.

3:27 Now one good thing about this is you don’t have to be putting a lot of heavy insecticide on, which you don’t want on a fruit. If you just put a very light spray of the Unknown Growth Factor into this, you don’t seem to get the same bugs on there, certainly the stink bugs are not back this year yet, we’ve had one or two come but they’ve gone and obviously whatever is in the Unknown Growth Factor is that they don’t like it, no doubt about that, they don’t like it.

3:52 This is my pride and joy, this is my Meyer lemon. This is in a bit of a microclimate here and we get lemons from this tree all year round. We have been spraying it with the Unknown Growth Factor, that’s reduced the amount of stink bugs attacks we’ve been getting and also fruit flies, so it is benefiting in some way as an insecticide, I wouldn’t say one hundred percent but it certainly is knocking back the early attacks and reducing the incidents.

4:19 So you’ve had a flush of lemons on this already Roy, its refruiting again. Refruiting again and we’ve also got some fruit from, we got a mid-year blossoming again and so we have a few of these around and these are good for knocking off now and you can have them for drinks or eating with fish. We don’t buy lemons, we generally get this one running all through the year.

4:41 Take a shot of that up close! Yeah, its looking good Roy, they’re big lemons aren’t they? They are. Quite full. It’s about the twenty-fifth of July. And I spray, I spray the lemons when the fruit flies came around August-September, I sprayed them with a weak dilution of that, I didn’t lose one lemon this year from fruit flies, not one. Year before I lost thirty percent. Right and did you treat it with anything else. Nothing else, no. It’s amazing you know we do get that feedback from people saying how, how the fruit flies and other pests just bugger off.

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