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Tropical Fruit Discussion / ID these problems?
« on: October 30, 2017, 02:08:06 PM »
Hello, my soursop tree has yellowing leaves and some burns in the middle, is it from the Santa Ana winds? My mango trees all have burning lower leaves on margins and look light green/ somewhat chlorofic. Some of the leaves also come out deformed, will they live? Thanks, Matt












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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Is this cherimoya doing okay?
« on: October 19, 2017, 12:07:54 PM »
Hello, I have a el bumping cherimoya tree with tip burn and some yellowing leaves, is this because of the Santa Ana’s? It reached 102 with 19 percent humidity.














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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Wanted:Langsat seeds or seedlings
« on: October 04, 2017, 02:17:31 PM »
Hello, does anyone have some longkong or duku langsat seeds for sale? PM me for PayPal and info

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Star Apple seeds not germinating
« on: September 17, 2017, 05:31:08 PM »
Hello, I got 10 green star apple seeds in the garage right now, and they haven't germinated for 3 months. When I cracked one open, it was sort of firm/soft like a ripe cherimoya. Is that normal? What is the usual sprouting time for star apple? Thanks, Matt

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / What Hardiness Zone am I?
« on: September 14, 2017, 09:22:51 PM »
Hello, I've been wondering about my hardiness zone, as there are some weird stuff that grows outside just fine in my microclimate. As My neighbor has Lobster claw Heliconias that don't freeze in the winter(NORTH FACING), also Monstera deliciosas and Kentia palms grow fine without protection. Lime trees also do well without protection, so do tomatos. Jackfruits and soursops do well too, didn't have to protect mine much during cold winter this year. Also I noticed that while my friends at school said they had icicles on their roofs last year, my neighbors said that there weren't any, nor did I see any. I am 263 feet above sea level. Cavendish bananas also fruit consistently as I've seen. It's been bizzare to say the least. I've been trying to pull of Langsats and Durians recently, as I love those fruits, wonder how far I can get with them? What type of Climate am I? I get Ocean Winds in the Afternoon to counteract santa anas, and the humidity is an avg of 50 percent I'd say. The USDA Zone says I'm 10b, and my sunset zone is 23. I've been debating that it might be zone 11a with the microclimate fluctuation here. If I'm zone 11a or 11b, do you guys think I should try langsats or Durians under some large trees to create an even more humid atmosphere? Thanks, Matt

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Hello, I was looking for a tropical tree to use as both shade for my front yard parking and taste good. What should I do? The trees I had in mind are the following, I would love contributions and suggestions too

Star apple
Abiu
Cac mango
Royal poinciana
Jacaranda
Pierce cherimoya

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Help! I need to save this mango tree
« on: August 12, 2017, 09:19:24 PM »
Hello, my mango seedling was suffering from anthracnose, and now large dry dead spots are forming on the old leaves, will it die? I've sprayed agri fos and copper fungicide weekly, and i removed the shade cloth a few days ago.




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Tropical Fruit Discussion / How Long will these seeds take to germinate?
« on: August 12, 2017, 01:58:40 AM »
Hello, I have pindaiba, duguetia peruviana, star apple, pitangatuba, junglesop, how long will they sprout? I just simply planted them straight into the soil

Thanks, Matt

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Will anthracnose kill small mango seedlings?
« on: August 05, 2017, 03:52:28 PM »
Hello, I just recently planted a mango seedling, and i see dark, sunken spots that seem to be spreading from leaf to leaf, and tip burn is starting to occur on the new and old leaves. I just sprayed copper octonoate on it to kill off the active spores. Will it kill the tree? Thanks, Matt


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Planted my baby OS mango seedling!
« on: July 31, 2017, 09:04:27 PM »
Hello guys, I just wanted to share with you my first mango seedling planted. I hope it survives! It was rootbound so I planted it in sandy loam, 1/4 inch covered the seed, 2 separate sprouts, mulched it with happy frog mulch, and no roots were damaged. Do rabbits eat mango leaves, they don't seem to, but you always have to be careful:D. I have it under a drip line that runs 3x a day 10 minutes each.




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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Will my seedlings recover from sunlight?
« on: July 29, 2017, 04:31:33 PM »
Hello, my seedlings got sunburnt after I took the outside, will they survive? Thanks, Matt


















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Tropical Fruit Discussion / How do I germinate Pindaiba seeds?
« on: July 28, 2017, 06:43:42 PM »
Hello, I got Pindaiba seeds a month ago, and I heard from Oscar that they need Gibberelic acid to germinate properly. Can it work without the acid? And are there other methods to break dormancy? Thanks, Matt

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / What is this seedling "dead spot"
« on: July 21, 2017, 12:37:41 PM »
Hello, my Sweet tart mango seedling seems to have a brown streak across the lower stem, Eill it kill it? Or is it harmless. And if it kills it, what should I do to prevent my precious little seedling from dying? Thanks Matt. The leaves look perfectly normal, but the stem is another story.




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Hello, I would like to buy Red Prawn or Musang king durian seeds. PM for details



Thanks, Matt

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / What should I do with these seedlings
« on: July 16, 2017, 12:26:36 AM »
Hello, recently I planed a bunch of seedlings, and I was wondering if I should keep them in the garage or put them outside to grow. I would love some advice. Thanks, Matt


















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Hello, it seems that the lychee tree has horribly distorted leaves, along with some dieback after the 100 degree heat wave. The mango tree has distorted new growth, along with some bug holes, and some of the leaves are burning up. What is going on, and what can I do to stop this? I've been watering a ton since this heat wave.I also recently fertilized with soil conditioner  from happy tree frog. I also have a Carbon filter for an irrigation system I installed









Thanks, Matt

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / First leaves on my durian seedling!
« on: July 05, 2017, 03:52:17 PM »
Hello, I planted this durian seed a month ago, took out its seed a week ago, and now the first leaves are showing! Just wanted to share this milestone with you all.

Thanks for being supportive guys!


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Hello, there seems to be a black thing growing on my durian seedling, Is there a treatment for such a thing, and if not, where could I get the cheapest durian seeds? Thanks, Matt




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Hello, I have had this durian seedling for 18 days now in my garage. It started to brown from the bottom and I was afraid it was going to die, so I scratched off a tiny piece of the new bark and stopped after one scratch. Will i kill it if I scratch a tiny bit of it off?

Thanks, Matt

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Hello, I got a chanee durian seed last week and it has started to put out the green stem, should I uncover more of it or let it extend itself? The garage hardly gets below 60 degrees, and it is being supplemented by 5100K LED grow lights before I build my greenhouse.

Thanks, Matt



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Hello, I snuck in 2 durian seeds from Thailand on June 1rst and am now in Taipei. Today I discovered that the seeds I have babied in moistened cotton balls have started to germinate, making its first nice, thick, white root. Is the plastic bag big enough to last till june 12th? I'm planning on putting it in a greenhouse, and I will notify all of you for results

Thanks, Matt


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Hello, I live in Socal, and i would like to try sweet tart, Lemon Zest, coconut cream, and alphonso mangoes after i come home from vacay on June 12th. When is Mango Season and may I buy mangoes from someone?

Thanks, Matt

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Should I dig Up my Pickering Mango?
« on: May 28, 2017, 10:25:46 AM »
Hello, my Pickering mango is on a Turpentine Rootstock, and It seems to be suffering from some minor dieback, but is inching back some new growth. Should I replace it with a Seedling Polyembryonic Mango or a Maha Chanok on a Atualfo Rootstock?

Thanks, Matt

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Hello, I grafted 8 mana chanok scions on may 4th, and so far about 4 of them have died, is there any hope for the rest of these scions shown here, and how long would you estimate in the condition the scions are in?
 










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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Grafting mango trees indoors
« on: May 08, 2017, 05:31:33 PM »
Hello, as it is way too cold to graft mangos outside currently, I have decided to move them into my garage. I'm going to use metal halide lighting to supply the light, and a small forced air heater to supplement the needed heat. Can I pull it off successfully? And what should I do to make it a bit more successful?

Thanks, Matt

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