without sounding too preachy, have you looked into how to correct this problem? Google the information, surely it can be easily remedied.
Please read tips -
Kiwifruit vines require vigorous pruning, similar to that of grapevines. Fruit is borne on one-year-old and older canes, but production declines as each cane ages. Canes should be pruned off and replaced after their third year.
Only female plants bear fruit, and only when pollenized by a male plant. One male pollenizer is required for each three to eight female vines. so if you do not have a male vine, this can easily be one of the reasons your vine does not bear fruits.
no problems, i have such deep love for all plants, i always want them to do well, i fertilizer them on the regular basis, they need to eat just like us (the nutrient gets wash away by the regular watering), i never understand why people wants a garden and does not take care of them...! But maybe that's just me!
i never knew kiwis grew on vines, i never even thought about it i did know however that a kiwi is a berry and not a fruit googled and saw a kiwi vine for the first time that is a beautiful piece of cake, i would really like to have it
So glad i stumbled upon you on dA, so nice pictures, so nice cakes, art, and information to feed my curious brain, i enjoy your art on so many levels, intellectual, emotional. It is creative, colorful, beautiful, mouthwatering etc. You are an inspiration!