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Here's my feedback on the tastes of these fruits I grow (in best -> not so good):
1. Sumo - excellent
2. Ponkan- excellent
3. Gold Nugget -very good
4. Honey mandarin- very good
5. Kyomi - good
6. Miyagawa- good
7. Okitsu - good
8. Xie Shan - no fruit yet
9. Miho - no fruit yet

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: white sapote leaf tea
« on: August 04, 2020, 02:00:57 PM »
I looked up info from google search and some people have used the leaves for making tea (Daily's Fruit forum). Here's some info on casimiroa leaves.

Dried Casimiroa Leaves - Plantation Collection, this is from "Tropical Fruit World".

If you buy this for $12.95 it looks like on the back there is instructions on making herbal tea with it (see photos).








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Received my scions in great condition again, thanks Frank.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Makok
« on: July 31, 2020, 07:08:09 AM »
hawkfish007, thanks for the info, I will need to check them out.
I do have both the Alano and Makok about the same size (5ft tall), and the Alano does have many fruits each year while the Makok has flowered but never had fruits on it. I purchased my Alano from Papaya tree (Alex), and agree with palingkecil that the Alano is productive.

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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Branch split due to weight of fruit
« on: July 28, 2020, 03:05:55 PM »
Looks like my valentine pomelo branch that broke last year just like yours  (fruits are 1-2 lbs each), because the branch had 8 fruits. I just removed all the fruits (weight) from the broken branch, then placed the cracked branch back into position and added some heavy duty tape (1") and wrapped it up. Now the branch healed and I have fruits on it again. Same thing happened with my Sanbokan lemon. Both healed fine after I tape it up (see photos). But if you don't tape it back up within a day or so it may be too late for cambium to mend back.







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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Persimmon air layering ?
« on: July 25, 2020, 08:28:12 AM »
I have a follow up question for you. How do nursery propagate rootstocks, is it always from seeds or can the rootstock be grown from cuttings ?

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Added photo of ripe grapes.




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Loquat scion wood for sale:

1. Big Jim, $3 each
2. Vista White, $4 each
3. Shipping is $8.30 (USPS small priority mail box).

I only take Paypal payment.

Diameter of scion wood will range from 1/4"-3/8", length 6-7". At least 3 nodes.
Sale is for USA only (contiguous).

Please send PM if you are interested in purchasing. Here's some photos of the tree and fruits.














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For sale, Black Pakistan mulberry scion wood. Diameter of scion wood will range from 1/4"-3/8", length 7-8". At least 3 nodes.

Sale is for USA only (contiguous).

Cost is $3 each scion wood, plus shipping $8.30 (USPS small priority mail box).
Paypal payment only.

Please send PM if you are interested in purchasing. Here's some photos of the tree and fruits.












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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Re: Yellow Mulberry
« on: July 17, 2020, 12:58:17 AM »
Here's the photo of the White Pakistan, did it look like this ?



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Sorry, done for this year.

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Brad, you got it, no secret. Make sure to cover it with foil so no heat/sun gets to the roots.

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Thanks Brad.
Mike, yes I'm sure I could have removed the air layer sooner (4months) but since it was my first avo air layer, I just let it go longer to make sure it had plenty of roots. The trees (2) are doing good now after a month in pot, still have one fruit left that is growing. I also did lychee air layers (14) and if you let it go to 6 months it will have more roots which makes it better when you pot it.

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Well the rootstock for my air-layers (multi-grafted tree) was from my Hawaiian seedling tree that has been in-ground for about 10yrs so I don't think there will be any problem with root disease or fungus. My tree is over 15ft and I cut it back every year since it grows so well. Only reason I needed to dig it up/remove it was because I planted it to close to a block wall.

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Air layering avo seems easy to me. Just leave it for 6 months and it puts root. I didn't want to dig up a large tree that needed to be removed so air layer was a good option. Got 2 out of 3 to work. One was 6 ft tall (1" branch) Hawaiian seedling, other was 8 ft tall (2" branch) jan boyce with some fruits. Probably will take a few more 2" branches before cutting down the mult-grafted tree. Much faster than lychee air layer.

I used plastic soda container, here's some photos of my Jan Boyce (about 8ft air layer).













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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Green Sapote Scion Selection
« on: June 27, 2020, 07:28:54 AM »
Yes, should work.
Do you get any fruits on your green sapote ?

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Received scion wood today, very fast delivery, excellent condition.
Franks the man !

Thanks again.

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I added some photos of the scion wood cuttings.

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Cuttings from my large Brewster tree (20+yrs old).

1. Brewster scion : Cost is $6 each (scion diameter 1/4", length 6-8") plus shipping.
2. Shipping cost is $8.30, USPS priority mail, small flat rate box, if all leaves are cut off
3. Shipping cost is $15, USPS priority mail, medium flat rate box, if you want most leaves left on.

I take Paypal payment only.
Please send PM if you are interested in purchasing.
Sale is for contiguous USA only.















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This will be the last cuttings of the loquats for this year.

1. KT1- "Kosmic" : Cost is $8 each (scion diameter 1/4"-3/8", length 6-8" with 3 leaf nodes) plus shipping
This is my 15yr old seedling loquat that has white/yellow flesh and it is very sweet. If you pick the fruit when it first turns yellow it will have some tartness. When fully ripe it is very sweet with no acid/tartness.
Tree is very productive and consistent ever year with tons of fruits. Sometimes when we have winds, my branches will break off due to the amount of fruits hanging.
Fruit size is medium, tree is strong grower, fruits on each branch (see photos).
This is one of my top 3 white/yellow flesh loquats.

2. Vista White (white flesh): Cost is $4 each (scion diameter 1/4"-3/8", length 6-8" with 3 leaf nodes) plus shipping.

3. Big Jim (orange flesh) : Cost is $4 each (scion diameter 1/4"-3/8", length 6-8" with 3 leaf nodes) plus shipping.

4. Shipping cost is $8.30, USPS priority mail, small flat rate box.

I take Paypal payment only.
Please send PM if you are interested in purchasing. Here's some photos from last years crop. Last photo from this years fruit.
Sale is for contiguous USA only.














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Thanks Frank for the fast shipment of the excellent scions and extras as well.
Will purchase again, great seller.

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1) For sale, Vista White fruiting scion wood. Diameter of scion wood will range from 1/4"-3/8", length 5-8". At least 2-3 nodes.
    Cost = $4 each plus shipping $8.30 (USPS, priority mail, small box)

I take Paypal payment only.

Please send PM if you are interested in purchasing. Here's some photos from last years crop. Last 2 photos are from this years fruit.

Sale is for USA only.
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I am pruning back my Vista White tree again, so I will have more scion wood for sale for 2 more weeks. Sale ends 6/30.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Closed
« on: June 17, 2020, 01:04:23 AM »
Here's some photos of the scion wood cut 6-16-20.








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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Closed
« on: June 17, 2020, 12:40:44 AM »
For sale, Big Jim fruiting scion wood. Diameter of scion wood will range from 1/4"-1/2", length 5-8". At least 2-3 nodes.
    Cost = $4 each plus shipping $8.30 (USPS, priority mail, small box)

I take Paypal payment only.

Please send PM if you are interested in purchasing. Here's some photos from last years crop. Last photo from this years fruit.

Sale is for contiguous USA only.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: What do you use to label plants?
« on: June 16, 2020, 01:26:13 AM »
I have been using these aluminum tags for a while, seems to be priced right and works.

https://pacforest.com/Item/622



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