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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Dragon Fruit thread.
« on: November 11, 2017, 02:16:08 PM »
Hey Ric, how do you rate the fruit of the Delight? I had only one spot left to plant and had to choose between Delight, Purple Haze and Physical Graffiti. I planted the Delight but still have the other two. Any thoughts?

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: when to pick dragon fruit
« on: October 27, 2017, 04:41:53 AM »
With my yellow megalanthus they taste good from 40% yellow to fully yellow.

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Appreciate your input Adam, I suppose we will have a better idea in 5-10 years!

Yeah Jeff no trouble, Iíll give it a bit of time to bulk up. Happy to share some bud wood, perhaps a swap might be the go. I live in Lennox Head so not really that far away

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Referring back to my previous thread here are the photos of the Coronata that I have from Daleyís. Very different looking plant, smaller leaf with little to no pubescence on the leaves. Iím hopeful that this looks more like the real deal.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Alternative rootstock for Ross Sapote?
« on: October 16, 2017, 05:52:57 AM »
That sort of stuff does my head in!

Iíl Give grafting the Ross onto Canistel a shot and report back with any results

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Alternative rootstock for Ross Sapote?
« on: October 15, 2017, 03:39:32 PM »
Hi Berns (or anyone else),

Iím wondering how you got on with grafting your Ross Sapote? I have a Canistel in the ground and am hoping the Ross will graft onto it ok. Iím planning an approach graft

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No, iím no Sure the proís at Daleyís have the correct ID. That plant I photographed is what they sent to my folks as Coronata but the one sent to me with the same label looks quite different. I will add photos of mine when it flushes.
I was hoping for some clarity, not trying to add to the confusion. I believe Daleyís grew theirs from seed so it could be a mix of Coronata and ?

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I'm having a devil of a time trying to add an image, keeps loading new page and I can't find my loaded image!

Thanks for your input huertasurbanas, soon as I can figure out how I will load a better quality pic

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Hi all, this thread is scratching right where I'm itching. I have purchased 2 Coronata Jaboticabas, both are seedlings from Daley's nursery and both look very different. These photos are all from the tree I bought for my folks and the leaves are about twice the size of mine and keep their fine hairs a long time (can't remember if my leaves are even hairy, will check in a few days).

So is this seedling more like the Coronata or showing hybrid variation? Any input is greatly appreciated, will post pics of mine at home soon if there is interest.











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How about cutting it 12-18 inches above break and try inarching grafts bridging the break. Possibly could use material from top of tree to graft with and if it works keep canopy compact until grafts and trunk strengthen. No guarantee but worth a shot I reckon

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MikeT it sounds like you should ignore your garden more often!! I have recently planted out 2 Lucs so hopefully you will get some fruit set soon, very keen to hear your review. I'd also love to get hold of seeds of Russells sweet in the future when they are around next if you have any spare. Cheers

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Just wondering if Lucs G. Set fruit ok by themselves or do I need a second? I have another one that I can plant out but would have to plant within 2 feet of the first, I simply have no more room. I do have an Achacha about 30 feet away but am uncertain that it will help my Luc's. any wisdom appreciated!

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