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BMc if I know the person or location I can put an extraction plan in place.
http://www.skyfieldtropical.com/encyclopedia/junglesop/It would take a bit to eat a 30lber.There is supposed to be much variation in quality between trees that is genetic not environmental.
Soren do you ever see masuku (Uapaca kirkiana) or gingerbread plums (Parinari spp.) in your neck of the woods an is A.senegalensis a worthwhile fruit?
I recognize the coin, but what are the other things? Are the big seeds the annonidium seeds? What are the smaller seeds?
Quote from: fruitlovers on August 19, 2012, 10:09:56 PMI recognize the coin, but what are the other things? Are the big seeds the annonidium seeds? What are the smaller seeds?Small seeds are of 'bush pineapple'. I was asked to id a verbal description of a tree that had wrinkly yellow fruit like a pandanus, and were originally collected from africa, planted by an oldschool collector some 30 years ago. 99% its myrianthus arboreus.
They looked exactly like that, but around half the size - so probably a smaller fruited species?The $1 coin is about the size of a US Quater?
how long usually for these junglesops to germinate?