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I have an old apricot tree that is severely affected by monilia and gummosis.
It doesn't have any effect on the production however, so I never bothered to do anything to it.
This year I tried Serenade Natria which uses Bacillus subtilis, just out of curiousity, and It still have to show any sign of both.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Cecropia fruiting is in full swing
« on: May 13, 2019, 05:11:59 PM »
I would like to try it, but can't find anybody selling cuttings and by seed it can be female and male.
Could you sell some cuttings when you prune it?

Thanks!

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: How to lower soil Ph long term?
« on: May 08, 2019, 03:14:56 PM »
Tons of organic matter and compost.In the long run it should make your soil neutral, but will take years anyway.
And you will likely have only a top layer like that, below will always stay basic.

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If you decide to ship internationally let me know.

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Temperate Fruit Buy, Sell, & Trade / Re: Wanted nanking cherry
« on: May 01, 2019, 03:39:51 PM »
You should be able to find them in most online nursery with a decent catalog.
It is quite common.

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I had great success with seeds from this seller:
https://www.etsy.com/it/shop/BabuBotanicals?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=666509084

He/she should be on this forum too, can't remember the username.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Wanted Olosapo
« on: April 27, 2019, 10:03:47 AM »
I may still have some seeds under the tree that are viable.  I'll will check asap for you. 
As far as I know you grow this from seed and its true to type.  I know under my tree are lots of small seedlings and i have planted these out in the past and they are just the same.   
How big is the fruit of yours? Can you post a picture?
I have the orange version from Raul but wanted to keep the yellow bumpy too.

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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Re: Figs in heavy clay soil?
« on: April 08, 2019, 06:51:21 AM »
Fig roots are indestructible, will even try to grow on concrete. So yeah, no problem.

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10 for me Luc!

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Inga Edulis (ice cream bean)
« on: March 26, 2019, 02:31:07 PM »
Can you sell the fruit too?

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And the first of my African bulbiferas (Sena) is finally entering production! All the bulbils on the healthy vines are still small, but the seemingly virus-infected one (which I will eat rather than propagate) is already growing larger. Because they’re all growing in the same container, I will be growing them next season from new healthy bulbils, to minimize the risk of viral transmission (I won’t retain any of the original underground tubers).
What are the signs of the virus? And if it's a virus shouldn't all have it? Do you think the bulbils came from different vines?

Strange, I got the pentaphylla later than you but mine are already quite large.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Myrciaria Vexator for SALE
« on: February 22, 2019, 06:59:43 AM »
Hi,

I have good news:
Saturday we have a new incoming shipping to sent if you are interested. We got a lot of Vexator and some other seeds and fruits we will put on our website. I will post a new subject about the new seeds and keep on updating this post for the Vexator and Bicolor.
Due to the time of shipping everybody have to order on Sunday or Monday as soon as possible because we want to ensure good Quality of the seeds.

Some Tropical Greetings and Fruit love,

Wesley - Seeds Del Mondo

:-)


Hi There,

I'm new on this Forum and this is our first post.  I collect different kind of seeds and fruits from all over the world and want to share the seeds with you all. Sharing = Caring! That's why I founded the company "Seeds Del Mundo" what means: "Seeds of the world".

Right now our first offer: 50x Myciaria Vexator.

There are two options from sending:

1. We could sent only the seeds
2. We could sent the whole fruit. These are little small round fruits and they are very good for keeping them about one month. They are not fragile.

Price:
- ONLY SEEDS $1,50 per seed
- WITH FRUIT to have a nice taste in Advanced: $2,50 per fruit

Ik you're interested, send us an message or an e-mail to info@seedsdelmundo.com

Cheers,

Wesley from the Netherlands
Hi,
Could you get fruits some Mangifera species other than indica?
Something like Casturi, Odorifera, Caesia?
Been trying to get the seeds alive for a long time but they always rot mid travel.
There is also a lot of demand for Pouteria Viridis seeds.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: looking for green sapote seeds
« on: February 14, 2019, 01:15:36 AM »
Thanks to everyone that PM'ed me about the green sapote seeds. I got a lot of requests. So will try to get more fruits from a friend's tree. Please give me a few days to reply back to everyone.
Hi, were you able to find more seeds?
I didn't get any answer to the pm, was probably one of the first since I sent you few minutes after your post if I recall.
Was not able to get from tree i knew to be fruiting. Will try from other sources. Please hang on, as i'm trying to source some. It is right season here.
ok, thanks!

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: looking for green sapote seeds
« on: February 13, 2019, 11:51:39 AM »
Thanks to everyone that PM'ed me about the green sapote seeds. I got a lot of requests. So will try to get more fruits from a friend's tree. Please give me a few days to reply back to everyone.
Hi, were you able to find more seeds?
I didn't get any answer to the pm, was probably one of the first since I sent you few minutes after your post if I recall.

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It is SPAM. It`s all about to get enough posts for full membership and post spam links.
It is very clever to name some plant names to get through spam control.


There is some serious effort if it's actually for spam lol

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Isn't enough to open 18 topics for each plant you are looking for? You need to "up" each every day?

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20 to 45 days to germinated planted right in soil under the jakfruit trees did not pay to much attention  would of had more but a rabbit I had other ideas.
Must have been unlucky both times then :(
Where did you get yours?

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I think I have 5 growing in some not so great jakfruit trees .They seem resilient ,going through winter here.
 Also have 1 large ugu pod up in a kent tree,must weigh 40 pounds
How long did it take to germinate? How did you germinate them?
I got them from two different vendors and none of them germinated.
Caesar said his seeds germinated in just 2 weeks. Mine has been several months.

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Hi,
What is the source of the tropical seeds?
Because many seeds have very short germination (under 2 weeks) and would be impossible to store long.
For example Inga and some Artocarpus.

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Don't know if he has stock now, but I had good results with seeds from user achetadomestica.
They were super fresh and germinated rapidly.
Has both red and yellow version.

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Yellow kiwi are quite easy to find but red aren't here in Italy.
Until last year there was some nursery in Europe selling them but it seem they all removed them now due to the patents. I regret not buying them sooner, but I didn't have space last year :(
The nursery in Italy only sell them to professional in very large quantity for plantation.

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Were you able to find them?

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: looking for green sapote seeds
« on: January 23, 2019, 01:43:24 PM »
If you find some let me know. They are super rare.

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Where can I find that wood hammer tool?
The kind I see online have all large bowls.

Not sure about that one but this one is better I reckon https://bitsouttheback.com/queensland-nut-buster/

See it in action here https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=236&v=fNDSNCG4WtI

It is expensive and postage is a killer to you guys but it is nice. Do your shopping around, I just knew Rob sold them (and he is a good guy).

I remember as a kid my dad making a bolt through a triangle type that worked but was slow. Later I remember seeing the lever type but we never had one. The above seems better than any of them.
That's a nice one. I think it should be easy to build something similar.

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