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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: mammee americana
« Last post by sunny on Today at 09:50:10 AM »
I read that it taste like apricot with..........onions! Don't know if i like that.

I have to choose between green sapote or mammee americana, don't know which one i want.

Are there named varieties in  mammee?
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: mammee americana
« Last post by HIfarm on Today at 09:45:53 AM »
It is a nice fruit, one of my wife's favorites.  The texture of the flesh is firm, not quite crisp but almost -- very different from most tropical fruits.  Flavor is often compared to apricot and sometimes raspberries.  The ones I have tried have an essence of these fruits but the flavor is not strongly "in your face" of these fruits.  It is worth growing & the seedlings seem to grow pretty vigorously.  Be aware that the seeds are big (but so are the fruits) so shipping may be more expensive.

John
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As far as I know, they have the tree in 3, 7 and 15 gallon. But it is wholesale; you will need a license to get trees from there.
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Anyone know..What sizes of mango trees does Zill offer for Maha Chanok..I'm looking for 2 -25 gallon
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Tropical Vegetables and Other Edibles / Re: Agave americana - Pulque
« Last post by BajaJohn on Today at 09:20:16 AM »
Did you find this one? https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/how-to-brew/pulque-mexicos-ancient-fermented-beverage/
This page (http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/articulo/menu/2016/11/24/sabes-como-se-prepara-el-pulque) is in Spanish but has an email to contact for more information for those interested in making their own pulque. Don Guillermo at Hacienda de Xochuca - haciendadexochuca@Yahoo.com.mx. They have a web page http://www.haciendaxochuca.com and two pulquerias - La Paloma Azul and La Pirata which have Facebook pages.
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I sent some mails

About Guabiyú:

Guabiju needs a bit if light to sprout, maybe they will sprout into the package, but if they doesnt, sow a bit buried into your soil, water but dont drown them... they need an humid soil, dont drown while sprouting... then, when there is a plant, you can water more... their natural habit is near the rivers. In any doubt, just PM me or mail me, thanks.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Making changes after this freeze
« Last post by C24mccain on Today at 08:14:43 AM »
Hey thanks guys for the information on those heaters. I will look into them. I used burn barrels because I have a ton of wood but used oil will be easy to come by as well. Many in my area were reporting these low temps but I was unaware that radiant cold can give a false reading. Thanks for the information all.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: mammee americana
« Last post by lisar on Today at 08:08:47 AM »
The fruit is great and a beautiful tree to boot. Definitely nice, worth growing.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Chilly Florida AM
« Last post by Annonaceae on Today at 07:17:08 AM »
I am amazed.....I have only been to Florida in summer, never knew or even thought Florida would get those low temperatures.  Absolutely amazed by this post.....learn something everyday.
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The photo that Guavaking is using for "Langra"mango was ripped from a gardenweb thread about an unknown seedling:
To find source of photos save photo to computer, use Google image reverse search.



https://www.ebay.com/itm/INDIAN-PAKSTANI-MANGO-TREE-LANGRA-GRAFTED-THE-BEST-MANGO-IN-THE-WORLD/112709675976?hash=item1a3e052bc8:g:VnkAAOSwBcpZfedz

https://www.houzz.com/discussions/2185649/seedling-mango-tree-success-in-jacksonville-fl



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