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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Kwai Muk Seeds!
« Last post by BENDERSGROVE on Today at 06:38:29 AM »
Fresh seeds available now!
Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: How to Germinate Salak Seeds?????
« Last post by Capt Ram on Today at 05:30:31 AM »
I sent pm.
Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Where to get Safou?
« Last post by fruitlovers on Today at 03:15:23 AM »
I should have seeds available in 1-2 weeks. The seeds are very delicate, so if anyone wants them suggest express mail.
Tropical Fruit Discussion / Black sapote, fruit set issue..
« Last post by ajeshcool47 on Today at 02:12:05 AM »
Hi all, my black sapote tree around 5 year old, producing lot of flowers for the last two years, but no fruit set, what could be the reason.. I ve one more tree with same age, but also in same condition..

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Selling: Plants for sale
« Last post by OCchris1 on Today at 01:48:45 AM »
PM sent Abimael
I have buddy tape , come get some on Friday
I went to a mango talk in the summer that described mango flavors and the combinations of flavors experiencesd. I was surprised to see that connoisseurs has gauged 50-60 different flavor profiles to score mangos. Since then Iíve been able to pick out some of the different flavors highlighted from that talk.

But thatís more nuance. If youíre talking flavor bomb, try a pina colada mango. Out of all the mangos I tried this past year that cultivar tastes the least generic and most unique. It even had darker wedges of flesh inside like a mango (no Iím not making this up,  and no I donít think it was rotting or bad or a coincidence because I noticed the same pattern on the 4 that I had)

From there, you can experience more rose like or floral tastes, more concentrated sweet tastes, more citrus tones, more creamy tones (thatís how My brain interpreted the coconut cream and e4).

Even the seeds look different in those mangoes - like someone gave them a crew cut with like 2mm of fiber all the way around and thatís it!

Many of the mangoes will have combinations of flavors, just like I heard about in the lecture, and the flavors will hit at different times throughout the bite. Interestingly, flavor of mango will also change according to when it is picked and stage of ripeness. I had a fantastic fruit cocktail mango in Florida. 5 days later I had another one that  must have passed its prime flavor because it tasted like curdled cheese with no hint of mango at all.

My trees are fairly young but I managed to ripen a fruit punch mango. I still picked it a tad early and it took longer than I expected to soften but my wife and children asked for more of that one and were more enthusiastic for that mango than for standard store bought ones.

Hope that helps. In short, yes there is a wide variety of mango flavors out there. If you donít think you could tell the difference, try something that will really stand out like pina colada and see if you can appreciate the difference.

Yes, slow at first. Once they grow a few real leaves they will grow faster.
Citrus General Discussion / Re: Big Jump Forward In Greening Cure?
« Last post by fyliu on Today at 12:29:15 AM »
Luak, how are you doing the same thing to your trees like the article?
The article is about making more of the HLB bacteria for study.

Am I reading the wrong article?
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