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Thank you guys for the info and the background info. I think we are all obligated to plant one and report our findings up the chain of command in a show of appreciation to all of those who worked hard to create these new and delicious additions that brighten our lives.
Where can I buy one? Or a cutting so I can graft myself
Sorry, I am exposing my lack of "currentness" here.This is the first I am hearing of the M4 mango. I thought it was a joke, M is for Mango, like A is for Apple but after reading all your posts I am curious and interested enough to want to try this. Are these available in any South FL nursery yet?
The question now is how do I get one?
Quote from: Orkine on April 23, 2017, 10:20:48 PMThe question now is how do I get one?Excalibur may have them. You can call and check.In about a month I will have a 3 gallon M-4 for sale. I am using the 3G right now as a source of budwood for top-working and once the grafts take for sure, I will sell the 3G.