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A nice showy fruit with thick creamy sweet flesh with raspberry and spice cinnamon notes, 8 seeds 16usd
Including shipping

"White sapote is not a preferred host for the psyllid (Halbert and Manjunath 2004; Westbrook et al. 2011). Since this plant is grown in California by rare fruit growers and horticulturists, mainly in regions where citrus is cultivated, and it may act as an alternate host for HLB, regulatory precautions are warranted."

karen usually you do get more than one deficiency,but classic wedge pattern,now stippling and necrosis k. uptake? soil temps,soil pathogens
Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: On a lighter note - describing my soil
« Last post by sahai1 on Today at 07:26:14 PM »
sounds like you have a lot of sand in the soil there.

your problem is with the water table not the drainage exactly.  Alot of trees can actually tolerate a high water table as long ad they fully drain during dry season, only really possible with sand in soil.

I saw at a friends property Duriiam amd Jackfruit 5 years old right on a large river bank which can flood 2-3 feet every year.  I couldn’t believe they survived.
Go with maypan coconut your in a traditional [Lehigh Acres] cold corridor that goes all the way to Golden gate. fiji is a delicate lily when it gets cold, but mayapan coconut one tough hombre.
Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Soursop Seeds Free
« Last post by baccarat0809 on Today at 07:16:45 PM »
I bought the fruit a whole foods - not sure where they got it.

Down the middle of the fruit was "core" area that was tough but the area around the core was delicious.
Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Soursop Seeds Free
« Last post by Mustang128 on Today at 07:11:09 PM »
Thanks for the offering, and are these fiberless soursop seeds?
Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Rats Started Eating My Papayas
« Last post by fruitlovers on Today at 07:10:29 PM »
A piece of sheet metal around the trunk will make it too slippery for them to climb up.
Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Che AKA Chinese Mulberry
« Last post by fruitlovers on Today at 07:06:23 PM »
I have only ever ate 1 and it was rather dry and gritty (think of a mouth full of ground egg shells with a bit of flavoring ) all tho i have heard they are quite good and juicy that is why i was asking if there where good named cultivars, before i start looking for wood.                           Patrick
Sounds like it was not properly ripened.
Aphid could cross contaminate infected citrus to white sapote in theory? My white sapotes do not develop to full maturation anymore even with cross pollination it's been years 10+. Biggest they ever get now is golf ball size if that
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