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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: What is this tree?
« Last post by Chupa King on Today at 12:38:44 PM »
Looks like Chocolate Sapote.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: What is this tree?
« Last post by Galka on Today at 12:33:49 PM »
Looks like Soursop. 
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I love this project.  If your goal is an ongoing breeding program, then the genes of the male is more important, but if you are looking for a male just to fertilize the female, then the only trait of importance is the bloom time equal to the female trees.  I believe the flavor of fruit, size of fruit, etc are determined by the female tree alone.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / What is this tree?
« Last post by scashaggy on Today at 12:28:13 PM »
What is this?  Pics below













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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: SoCal 2017 mango season
« Last post by JF on Today at 11:57:51 AM »
ST is in top of my list but I would add
Honey kiss
Providence
Fairchild
Maha chanok
Kesar
Parson
Leo 2
Aloha
Duncan
Cogshall
These are well adapted to SoCal are top notch fruits with excellent production
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Two Florida avocados I bought today
« Last post by JF on Today at 11:50:08 AM »
You sound like trump/ bannon lol
How about add Pinkerton to your collection Carlos has been successful with this var in homestead and make real guaca
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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: seeds
« Last post by alinamg on Today at 11:34:00 AM »
Red Jaboticaba?
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I have not had a chance to taste Cotton Candy and M-4 yet.
And I would have loved to taste Phoenix and  Kathy again.

Recent visits to my usual haunts were, alas, fruitless.

Did these have a good season?
Or ?
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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Re: 2017 Ohio Pawpaw Festival
« Last post by Triloba Tracker on Today at 10:39:17 AM »
I am interested. I visited their website a couple of months ago after buying a couple of plants at a local nursery in Cincinnati. I really liked the art they featured on their page featuring a raccoon and a paw paw. I have never tried the fruits before. Even though I have seen the trees at local parks. (They were not in season yet.)  I do have 2 saplings that I am growing and am totally interested to try different varieties when the opportunity comes. :) I just need to find someone to drive up there with me as I don't exactly enjoy driving..
Cool! Yeah, I was wondering if you were thinking of going since you're in the "vicinity"
I love the hippy-inspired artwork they do every year too. That raccoon is adorable!
There should be some amazing pawpaws to eat there.
I have booked a hotel but things around here have gotten a little wacky for me lately - I hope I don't have to cancel my plans.
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