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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: ISO Larger Red Jabo
« on: August 25, 2017, 08:47:48 AM »
Mike Bender of Bender's Grove was selling fruiting red Jabos 1-2 years ago. He doesn't seem to post much anymore but I would try calling him.

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Hi David
I'll trade with you. I would like
Venus
Best
Pineapple pleasure
Angie 
France's
Ugly betty
And you have newer zill var.

Regards
Frank

Thanks Frank. I'll shoot you an email direct.

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It seems we have posted similar threads within a few minutes of each other. Sorry about that. Didn't mean to steal your thunder.

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Greetings. I would like to obtain some Alano and/or Makok Sapodilla budwood for either trade or purchase. Silas Wood would be a bonus. Please let me know your price or if you're willing to trade from the list below.

Mangos
Venus
Cac
NDM (not # 4)
Pineapple Pleasure [limited budwood]
Okrung Tong
Neelam
Carrie
Lemon Zest
Maha Chanok
Edward
Florigon
Southern Blush
Harvest Moon
Best [released by Truly Tropical - limited budwood]
Frances Hargrave
Ugly Betty
Angie [limited budwood]
Pickering
A dozen or so more varieties, but I'll have to inspect them more closely. Let me know if you have something in mind and I can check.

Sapodillas
Hasya

Jackfruit
Excalibur
Excalibur Red [limited buddwood]
J-31
Borneo Red

Avocado
Lula [limited budwood]

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Same. Planted a Hasya in 2013. I've gotten a total of 5 fruit. I tried grafting a couple of other varieties onto it but even that has proved tricky. Very high failure rates. I finally got a Makok scion to take, only to have it die off six months later.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: A 3rd mango bloom?
« on: April 04, 2017, 11:12:34 AM »
Okrung Tong pushing its 3rd bloom in Loxahatchee. No sign of a 3rd bloom on my other trees.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: What would you replace Mallika with?
« on: March 16, 2017, 02:53:13 PM »
In case you are still interested in Honey Kiss, here are some progress pics. It is planted out in the Loxahatchee area. The owner takes care of it about as well as a forgotten stepchild locked in the attic.

August 2014


March 2017


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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Annual Mulch Sale
« on: February 25, 2017, 09:27:12 AM »
The sale is back, at least in Palm Beach and Broward. $1.00 per bag for Timberline Red Mulch. If you want to buy in bulk, there are 65 bags in a pallet and they can fork lift it into your truck/trailer.

Let the hate begin again, lol.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: South Florida Dot Mango blooming!
« on: December 06, 2016, 04:57:31 PM »
Would now be a good time to apply wettable sulfur (1 tbsp/gal)? Any issues with spraying the panicle directly at this stage of growth?



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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: One last Mango Tree
« on: July 07, 2016, 04:21:30 PM »
Some pics of the fruit from the unreleased ZHPP varieties. The pictures are from last season. No idea what the trees themselves look like.

Cotton Candy


K-3


28-18 (I think this is Phoenix - Rob can correct me if I'm wrong)


Of the mangos mentioned in this thread, including the unreleased varieties, I'd still vote Sweet Tart. K-3 was my favorite among the newer bunch though.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Scions for sale
« on: April 28, 2016, 02:12:44 PM »
Mangoes:
Coconut Cream

Patented, no?

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Pineapple Pleasure -


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Liquid Copper Fungicide...
« on: April 25, 2016, 11:17:15 PM »
Nice find. Good info..

I just realized my last reply was a bit vague. When I said "Trees in this area do poorly...", by "area" I meant a particular section of my property. I have other trees located elsewhere on my acre that do well, including some close to a large pond. This problem section was subject to a large amount of fill being brought in years ago from a source high in CA. The high CA in the test result does not surprise me (though it does disappoint me, lol). The tree decline comes in the form of stunted leaf development and leaf burn (beginning from leaf tips/edges and moving inward).

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Liquid Copper Fungicide...
« on: April 25, 2016, 11:35:10 AM »
Awesome, thanks Jeff. I'll give them a shot. Their report looks more detailed than UF's.

UF Report (modified slightly for brevity) -


Side note, I think the extremely high calcium is locking up the potassium and phosphorus. Trees in this area do poorly and some even die out.


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Liquid Copper Fungicide...
« on: April 24, 2016, 11:13:09 PM »
My soil tests are in.

Hello Jeff, do you mind sharing the name of the lab that you used for the soil test & the cost?

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Better off than Loxahatchee for sure.....but coastal PBC, no chance.  I don't even need to spray copper here.  8)

There are diseases like scab, sooty blotch, and flyspeck that are rampant in central county that are practically non-existent east of I-95.

Alex, which of your Loxahatchee based varieties are faring well this year? (so far)

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Lisa atemoya scion
« on: August 22, 2015, 12:10:19 AM »
Hello Adam, how would you rate Atemoya grafting success now vs late winter? Ex: 20% vs 80%

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Marlys mango
« on: August 16, 2015, 09:58:23 PM »
I like it. Pic of the fruit -



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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Lychee tree planting help
« on: July 09, 2015, 09:23:44 PM »
A fellow forum member generously gave up his Mauritius Lychee in a similar manner. Just before we started digging, the tree was aggressively pruned. We kept about a 4' diameter for the roots. It was dark when I got the tree home, so I tossed it in my pond where the roots could soak in water overnight. I planted it the next morning and water it thoroughly twice a day, plus whatever it receives from my irrigation system. The leaves that were remaining on the tree never browned or even wilted too significantly. Today, one month later, it is pushing quite a bit of new growth.

I don't have a picture before the tree was pruned, but here it is the day after it was replanted, 7/8/2015.


Here it is today, 7/9/2015 (I just happened to snap a shot of the tree earlier today).



As Simon mention, not sure if pruning yours now will help. Definitely keep it watered.





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Pick up a nice set from Alex on Saturday. Had the Venus today. I'm not as apt in describing flavor as other forum members, so I'll just say the Venus tasted excellent! Some pics below -





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My alternator just died while heading to the meeting. This is totally bogus man! A little more mango to go around for those that make it, lol.

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FYI, mixed feedback on Florida Hill Nursery - http://www.bananas.org/f2/florida-hill-nursery-13340-7.html

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Younghan's White Sapote
« on: May 18, 2015, 01:14:04 PM »
Are Younghan's and Younghan's Gold the same variety?

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Greetings. Looking for either a South Florida, Winterset, or Triumph Persimmon and a Phet Pakchong Atemoya. 1 or 3 gal, South Florida area. Thanks!

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A couple of questions.  First, I am assuming that the larger leaves producing stem is above the graft line.  Its hard to see, but if it is the root stock producing the leaves that could be one explanation.  Secondly, was the tree exposed to the same lighting conditions throughout?  Sometimes leaves that have had filtered light grow larger to gather light that is less intense than otherwise experienced generally. Perhaps part of the tree was grown under some shading as in under some shade cloth? If it isn't one of these two things then I have no idea.  I have never seen such a thing happen.  That being said, I wouldn't be concerned about larger leaves.  As far as I am concerned, until proven otherwise, this would be something to marvel at rather than to fret about.

Thanks Harry. Perhaps one day the tree will give me giant mutant sized mangos :)

To answer your questions though - The leaves are above the root stock and the giant leaves developed in full sun. Strange eh? Thanks again for your feedback.

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