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I have around 25-30 different species of tropical fruit trees in South Miami area and I'm looking for a good all around insecticide and fungicide or a combo spray that will work fairly well across the board, by not harm my honey bees. Can some make some recommendations on brands  and how often to spray??? I've searched the forum to no avail. Thank you. -Jon

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / 8FT Custard Apple for Trade
« on: April 20, 2017, 04:54:21 PM »
I'd I'm taking my custard apple out of the ground this weekend to plant an avocado in that location.  I'd like to trade it rather than replant it.  It will be in a pot with fresh soil.  I'd like to trade for 15/25 gallon size Seedless White Grapefruit, White Sapote, or Jackfruit.  Reply to Thread or PM me. Thanks.  -Jon

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Bagging Mango Grafts....When to remove?
« on: April 18, 2017, 03:39:33 PM »
Just grafted a new variety of mango onto my Haden. I wrapped the entire graft in paraffin tape and covered the buds with small thin plastic bags to keep moisture in like I've seen. I'm in Miami so its pretty humid here.  How long should I leave the bags on ???

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Anybody have experience with this??

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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

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Fruit Identification Help
« on: April 12, 2017, 02:50:09 PM »
So my aunt has a tree in her backyard planted around 30 years back by the former owners (a Jamaican couple).  After all these years, I noticed it looked awfully like my sapote trees, especially by the new flush and flowers.  On the corner of my eye I caught a glimpse of a fruit.  The fruit looks like a type of Mammea  Americana (Mamey Apple) but the seeds look like Sapote Seeds and I cannot find any photos anywhere for a Mamey Apple that has anything other than the large brown woody pit looking seeds.  I cut the fruit open (pre-ripe fruit) and the orange tinge also makes me think its a mamey apple.  Too bitter to determine via taste at this point.   Its a massive tree that only produces a handful of fruit every year.  My guess is that if its a mamey apple tree, it must be a female and somehow a male in the area is scarcely helping to pollinate it.  But the leaves also look more like a sapote than a mamey apple. I'm confused.  Any thoughts?










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Please let me know if you have scions for sale or a mature budding tree that I may remove some for myself and pay accordingly. Thanks! -Jon

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Will pay for mango scions from Sweet Tart & E-4 Mango cultivars.  If you have a producing tree, I will come cut a few new growths off, pay you and leave.  You won't even know I was there.  Want to graft onto some of my current mango trees. Please let me know. Preferably Broward County or South. Thank You!!!

-Jon

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Will pay for mango scions from Sweet Tart & E-4 Mango cultivars.  If you have a producing tree, I will come cut a few new growths off, pay you and leave.  You won't even know I was there.  Want to graft onto some of my current mango trees. Please let me know. Preferably Broward County or South. Thank You!!!

-Jon

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