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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Covid and seed trade...
« on: March 24, 2020, 07:17:29 AM »
Here in my rea and I think almost all of France, the post office center have been stopped  , all is completely closed  .

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Hello alls,
You send in France ( Europe)

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: COLD-HARDY GOMERA-1 MANGO TREE
« on: July 18, 2016, 04:50:41 PM »
Hi
I had three mango trees two years ,all grafted with rootstocks  Gomera 1 , I have lost by a big frost in winter, the  temperatures are down to -8C (night) in my greenhouse  during one week . the Gomera 1 mango tree  can resist several night to -5c   without problem with  dry earth in pot and the protection on of course .
But also resistant to limestone and drought.

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Hi all ,
😋😄👍🙏,
If you have these persimmon varieties sign me , thank you .

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so sorry 😄😄😄😄😄😄😄👍😇🙏

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Hi gays ,
I exchange fresh seeds of small variety jackfruit , against green wood scions for grafting ,varieties from portugal if possible as the faufau , coroa de rei it's as ( Hatchiya big fruit) or Gosho or Tomateiro it's as ( sharon fruit with very red ,very sweet tomato and tasty and more  flattened) .
Thank's you.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Persimmon (diospyros)kaki From Portugal?
« on: November 01, 2015, 04:57:05 AM »
Hi gays,(sorry guys)
I m looking  scion'budwood of the following varieties : Corao de rei (hachiya ) , Tomateiro , O Gosho , fau fau .
If you can help me , I will recognize him .
Send me PM.

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Hi all,
This message is addressed to all holders of mango tree Pikering , saigon , Rosigold , Coconut cream , ..... in short seeds varieties polyembryonic ,if possible dwarf varieties, It's for my culture private ( in greenhouse), Thank you ;) .

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Hi ,
In Europe also!!!
Bestregards.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: help me for ID.
« on: May 15, 2015, 02:12:22 PM »
mussels ? ??? ;D

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Hi all,
Thank you Mark in texas, for this is information.
 I will try to put a little keiki paste on a node to see if the result of this paste is achievable on my orchid .
If someone else experience with growth hormone, do not hesitate , I take new information.
Thank you.

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Hi everyone,
I research, information about the keiki paste, widely used in the laboratory for plant (orchid) propagation .
If anyone have used this paste on other plants, scions fruit tree and tropical tree , what is the summers results of this paste on plants ?
Another experiment with pasta with hormones is welcome too.
So what do you think?
Anaxel.

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I think you should cut the scion, remove the leaves for not exhausted the scion and wrapped with parafilm tape the scion, for that they not dries out, just before sending it by priority mail (it can withstand 8-9 days in this manner).

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / I looking mango seeds mango dwarf
« on: July 13, 2014, 05:38:43 AM »
Hello all :),
If possible, I know that some varieties are news, I made ​​a request to the holder of (condo)dwarf mango tree , I'm looking polyembryonic mango seed dwarf, for my little collection.
Thank you for your kindness and understanding  :o;D. :)

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: FTG 2014 MangoFest
« on: July 13, 2014, 05:11:27 AM »
Hi,
maravilhoso,  :o Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! :P.
All mangoes are good, beautiful pictures 8).

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Hello to all,

Thank you to everyone for all the interest focused on the subject.

In Europe, the mango market has multiplied by five in 5 years, because before we had mangoes from Africa (Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal), of Brazil, Peruvian, they arrive in the summer , at Christmas and some Easter.
Today, mangoes come: of Spain (future leader), Israel (second leader future) for Europe and Latin America (all producer countries), Africa (all producer countries), in European supermarkets and other countries such as India begins to enter in the supermarket in fresh fruit, but also form of a sorbet and fruit juice.
The mangoes from Thailand, Indonesia (for me are the best in the world) remains in Asian specialty grocery with a newcomer this year, Australia.
A real war of the mango is installed to conquer the European market, where the difficulty identified, they are placed on the spread without being identified on posters shops.
etc. ............
I ate the second mango this morning and here is my description:
mango is fleshy, sweet, no fiber, sweet flavor with a hint of citrus, an aftertaste of hazelnut, citrus scent, the seed seems monoembryonic apparently, excellent mango.

Here are more pictures:















Sorry for the errors :D.

Anaxel ;).



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Hi plantlover13,Hi all,

This is  mango kent:





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Hi,
It is on, you're right ;D ,lol,not the kent.
I continued to do research and I think it is similar to Amlie mango  (native to Africa).
I await expert confirmation on the matter.
Thank :D.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / I need help for identification of mango fruit.
« on: November 02, 2013, 04:19:56 AM »
Hi friends :D,

As I specified in the subject, I need person with knowledge mangoes for indentication this variety of mango.
Bought in the supermarket,I have tasted one, was without fiber, sweet, soft and fragrant.
I have not  more information about the origin and the variety.



Thank you for your help ;) :).














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Hi all,
Ola luis,
Verdadeiro jardim subtropical ;D.
Estou a ver que partilhamos a mesma paixo :D,tudo o que rare ;).
Adoro o seu tpico sobre Portugal e todas as plantas que se dao l  ;),que sorta que tenha de poder estar l a viver 8)::  ;).
Amizade ;).

Anaxel.

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Hi  PltdWorld  :),

Thank you very much ;)

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Hi zands,

I think there must be at least one person who should have a seedling in florida in his home, Which will have the kindness to give way one and send at me, that it sends me a PM.
Yes, I knows that there is an offset for mangoes with California, he have pickering mangoes (seeds)yet out there, but the proposal does not courtyard the streets.
Friendship.
Anaxel.

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Hi all :D,

I'm always in search of mango seed or seedling pickering mango tree.
As I have already written, I will pay the shipping costs and other fees, so necessary.
If any of you could help me, I will be recognizing him wholeheartedly.
false promises or unnecessary private messages, please Desist,thank you very much for your ken :).
friendship ;).
Anaxel.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Atten CRFGer's New cold tolerant Mango's
« on: August 21, 2013, 04:56:47 PM »
Anaxel   In answer to your questions, virtually all of our mango breeding is with mono-embryonic mango varieties.  As you probably know those do not come true to the parent if you plant mango seeds.  Each offspring is unique.  That is how we were able to get the variants we were looking for when it comes to low temperature tolerance.  Our mangoes do not seem to be effected by the higher end of the temperature scale.  I think that is because of their root system and leaf structure.  For example, Avocados have most of their root system in the top 5 feet of the soil they are growing in; Citrus are in the top 6 or 7 feet of the soil and a mature mango tree's roots may reach down to 20 feet.  In Southern California, when the Santa Ana winds start to blow, they are hot and dry.  Those winds will literally dry out a big avocado orchard if the farmers don't turn on their irrigation system so they use about 25 percent more water.  The leaf structure is also another factor when it comes to water consumption and high wind damage.  Of the three, the avocado leaf is the most fragile, citrus next and the mature mango leaf is tough and leathery.  The tougher leaves are the less vulnerable when it comes to wind damage.  When the Santa Ana winds blow strong here they may hit hurricane strength or 70 miles per hour.  The East side of my poor big Haas avocado tree is stripped of its leaves.  My mangoes just laugh at the wind.  After all mangoes evolved where they have hurricanes and typhoons.  I hope that helps you.  I don't know if you have those severe weather conditions in the part of France where you are located.  From what I am told, the French Rivera has a Mediterranean climate which should be more like our climate here in Southern California.
Hi Tim,
Thank you for your explanation.


example:winter temperatures in Madrid(19Fat night), as well as parts of northern Spain and Portugal, are lower than in my area, probably due to the altitude of the entire geographical area.
Only the ribs are usually milder , of more, Atlantic side, we have ocean currents up areas of Central America with rain.
in my area the temperatures do not drop below 23F clear time.
On overcast days, temperatures average 40F .
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Anaxel   In answer to your questions, virtually all of our mango breeding is with mono-embryonic mango varieties.  As you probably know those do not come true to the parent if you plant mango seeds.  Each offspring is unique.  That is how we were able to get the variants we were looking for when it comes to low temperature tolerance.  Our mangoes do not seem to be effected by the higher end of the temperature scale.  I think that is because of their root system and leaf structure.  For example, Avocados have most of their root system in the top 5 feet of the soil they are growing in; Citrus are in the top 6 or 7 feet of the soil and a mature mango tree's roots may reach down to 20 feet.  In Southern California, when the Santa Ana winds start to blow, they are hot and dry.  Those winds will literally dry out a big avocado orchard if the farmers don't turn on their irrigation system so they use about 25 percent more water.  The leaf structure is also another factor when it comes to water consumption and high wind damage.  Of the three, the avocado leaf is the most fragile, citrus next and the mature mango leaf is tough and leathery.  The tougher leaves are the less vulnerable when it comes to wind damage.  When the Santa Ana winds blow strong here they may hit hurricane strength or 70 miles per hour.  The East side of my poor big Haas avocado tree is stripped of its leaves.  My mangoes just laugh at the wind.  After all mangoes evolved where they have hurricanes and typhoons.  I hope that helps you.  I don't know if you have those severe weather conditions in the part of France where you are located.  From what I am told, the French Rivera has a Mediterranean climate which should be more like our climate here in Southern California.

Hi Tim, I'm familiar with the temps in southern France, my father is from Barcelona, and they are more like Portland Oregon. The only place in Europe that compares to SoCal in southern Spain and Portugal......mangos can be grown but in a greenhouse in France.

Hi jf,
It is true that southern Europe and North Africa is the best place to grow the mango trees.
Now, if the mango Socal can withstood temperatures as low, I do not see where is the problem to try.
I do not know anything about the climate of Portland, Oregon.
They are magnificent your mangoes hummmmmmmm!, What chance do not have this problem of frost ;D ;D ;D.







Hi all,
ol luisport,
pleasure to know you luisport.
you're right, I agree with you, we need mango tree of california highly resistant to cold (20F =-6.6c), it is very difficult to reaching in this part of southern Portugal, the lowest is 40F (maximum at night).
there are some mango trees endure it and the drought in the region, they can be put in the ground, as gommera 13-1 mango tree of spain, it resists very low temperatures with periods of drought.

anaxel.
I'm trying kent and osteen... but this will be the first winter on grownd, so i don't know how it will stand!

Hi luisport,
cuidado com as pequenas mudas de mango kent e osteen,porque o frio sem ser cobertas,abaixo de 0 C pode morrer.

anaxel.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Atten CRFGer's New cold tolerant Mango's
« on: August 20, 2013, 05:35:31 PM »
Hi all,
Recipe, cooked dish, bartender in all it's more recipe:
it smells good side of this, hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I like that.

HiTim,

I have three questions for you:
The seeds of your mangoes are polyembrionic?
Currently, you are in the project, a dwarf mango tree or is he already realized?
Currently, How much have you mango tree, resistant to cold? I mean, that resists higher temperatures 30F


anaxel.

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