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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Growing Sugarcane In Arkansas
« Last post by Pasca on Today at 01:26:30 AM »
I love reading your post and your sprouting system using sand.  Please keep us posted.

Once they sprout and multiply, how much sugarcane are you planning to propagate?
Tropical Fruit Discussion / Why my guava leaves are brown?
« Last post by swapnil.tailor on Today at 01:10:14 AM »
It's Hawaiian white guava and in ground from 2 years. It's leaves at the upper part is brown and few leaves at the bottom are green. Last year it tried to fruit 1 guava but it didn't stay long. Is the brown leaves due to lack of nutrition or due to cold weather? I am in zone 9b. Haven't put any protection in winter and it's doing fine.

This is some good info as I have sleeping problems. This is partly why I work the night shift. Working night shift takes a toll on my relationship though. Even my days off I have a hard time sleeping at night and struggle staying up during the day spending time with the family. Where are you guys finding passion fruit at? I can't find any at my local stores to take the seeds and plant. Maybe it's not the right season?

It's flowering and the soil pH is around 3-3.5. But the leaves are not gree. Any idea what's wrong with the plant? I am in zone 9b (San Jose, CA)

So this is the same variety/species of Garcinia as the one that Luc sells?
Correct same Species
Also tea from Noni leaves apparently has a mild niceflavor and the same benefits than drinking the fruit juice...
Young noni leaves are edible. There is a Thai restaurant here that makes a salad with noni leaves. I found them tasty but a bit tough to chew.
That's nice to know Oscar! I'll try to stir fry them,I'll let you know the results...
Citrus General Discussion / Re: Advice Please
« Last post by cmichael258 on Today at 12:05:44 AM »
Thank you!
Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Avocado, cherimoya and loquat scions for sale
« Last post by socal10b on February 24, 2018, 11:59:14 PM »
Hi Gourmet23,

Please check your pm. Thanks.
Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Fruiting Chempadak in Florida
« Last post by fruitlovers on February 24, 2018, 11:58:56 PM »
Most chempadek are really delicate and fussy, even here in Hawaii. But there is so much variation that i think one could be found that is as hardy as jackfruit. Just need to keep trying with different types from different sources.
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