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If you wrapped with parafilm, you don't need the plastic bag. You can leave the parafilm and the new growth should be able to push through as long as don't over wrap it.
I'm looking for a nicely established, even in ground oro negro avocado tree. I can pay for a reasonable deal or trade a nice Calloway XHOT 10.5 degree driver for it. Let me know what you have, any size 15 gallon or larger. Thanks. -Jon
Fruitscapes, in Bokeelia, should have some really nice ones (doubt they would have any interest in trading for a golf club, though lol)
That's awesome man, thanks! PM me your number. I just extracted a bunch of honey from one of my hives so I'll bring you some as a peace offering. Least I can do as a thank you.
Next time, lead with the honey trade and I'm sure you'll get more responses.
Itís no problem. I should warn you that itís not the best time to graft right now because most mango trees have flowered and are setting fruit now but I think my Sweet Tart may have a few branches that are pushing buds if you want to try. Donít worry about price, if you just want a couple of branches you can have them for free. Actually, I also have a newly grafted Kathy mango tree thatís a new release and close relative of the Sweet tart that you can also have.
If nobody else has offered and you are willing to travel to Davie, I can give you some Sweet Tart budwood.
Are most of the fruit that "tomato" shaped Johnny? I like the shape of that sappo.
It is Manilkara sapote or commonly called sapodilla. I have tree which produces fruits like the one in the photo.