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Title: Rare Fruit Australia archives
Post by: BMc on April 27, 2012, 04:42:57 AM
I thought some might be interested in looking at the archives of Rare Fruit Australia, dating from 1980 to the recent past. They have been digitised and made free to all interweb fruitists:
http://www.members.iinet.net.au/~balrog/Next/Fruits/FruitsNutsAlphabetical3.htm (http://www.members.iinet.net.au/~balrog/Next/Fruits/FruitsNutsAlphabetical3.htm)

There is heaps of info in here!  ;D
Title: Re: Rare Fruit Australia archives
Post by: Jackfruitwhisperer69 on April 27, 2012, 12:36:27 PM
Hi BMc,

Thanks for posting!!! This link has loads of info on fruit trees!!! Awesome ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Rare Fruit Australia archives
Post by: Felipe on April 28, 2012, 02:49:44 PM
Come on, that is too much input! It will take years to read all this articles...  ;D

Thanks for sharing  :)
Title: Re: Rare Fruit Australia archives
Post by: BMc on June 19, 2012, 07:36:13 AM
Above link is now dead. Archives now moved to a more permanent site:
http://rfcarchives.org.au/Next/Fruits/FruitsNutsAlphabetical3.htm (http://rfcarchives.org.au/Next/Fruits/FruitsNutsAlphabetical3.htm)
http://rfcarchives.org.au/ (http://rfcarchives.org.au/)

Title: Re: Rare Fruit Australia archives
Post by: Mike T on September 03, 2020, 04:20:47 AM
 Dow, Lee, P1, P3, P36 and unnamed ones were in that selection at Kamerunga. Lee is a big green one that can be a little yellow I think but not like that in the pic and bigger also.Sibabat was the star of the show and I know some lines have bigger fruit. The similarity of some of the blacks especially early in ripening makes me think they are just variations of sibabat also. I saw an unuasual red one at Alan Carle's place but the yellow is an eye catcher.