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Tropical Fruit Discussion / nephelium crossing
« on: May 12, 2015, 07:34:35 AM »
Maryoto had this nice Puson





He said taste is superior to Pulasan ,but seed stay stuck with flesh. Is there any chances,if growing Puson trees close to Pulasan Seebabat to end up having hybrids fruits ?
Say Puson with loose seeds :o

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Tangsat-Aglaia odoratissima
« on: May 01, 2015, 10:05:48 PM »
Hello

Common Name: Tangsat, Lantupak, some info here :http://organicfarm.net/fruitnursery_pg4.htm and here http://tropical.theferns.info/viewtropical.php?id=Aglaia+odoratissima

Looks like fragrant flowers,good edible fruit and medical use. Did someone here already eat this fruit ,how does it taste .where could It be found .Perhaps our friends from Malaysia,Indonesia and Borneo know about this one.

Also Langsatan would be nice to know more about them

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / help needed to choose Jaboticabas CV
« on: April 27, 2015, 05:56:47 AM »
Hello

I would like to plant few Jaboticabas for personal and (small ) commercial crop,but don't know what cv would suit my needs ;)
I 'd like to have +/- 3 cultivars from seeds,to eat and be sold as fresh fruits.
Soil is a little acid,small hills and two different season,dry from December until April and rainy or humid the other months.

I'll order some sweet jabo from Dreamfrutas,but need help to choose others. :)


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / salak taste
« on: July 21, 2014, 10:00:39 PM »
I had Salaks for the first time in Bintulu,Borneo when I came there in Mai .
I liked the taste but they where really dry.

I did read a couple of topics about these fruits here,but among bali/java/malay etc cultivars are they more "juicy" ones or is it always a very dry fruit ?

The ones I had in Bintulu market were brown,Salacca zalacca I guess.

And by the way, if someone get some very good cultivars , my nursery still have plenty place  8)

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Tropical Fruit Online Library / DIY dripping irrigation
« on: May 26, 2014, 01:00:15 PM »
Well,sorry for english speaking people here,you will have to translate this article.

http://www.ecolopop.info/2013/06/irrigation-solaire-au-goutte-a-goutte-une-technique-gratuite-a-la-portee-de-tous/16559

headlines: a big plastic bottle without bottom top a small one filled with water.Evaporartion in the sun will provide droplets.
for aride/dry small area.
Allright,not very nice to look at I agree. ;)

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Hello

To bring to my small nursery in Panama.Don't know about cultivars,so wide range could be welcome :)

Let me know about  seeds availibility and price.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / borneo...and back
« on: March 23, 2014, 01:28:40 PM »
Hello

I should go and work near Bintulu, Borneo for couple of months and would like to bring back seeds to my nursery in Panama.
I don't know yet my flights plans but in case i do have to transit in USA on the way back,do I have to get permits
for the seeds in transit ?
Any input will be helpfull  ;)

Thanks

Francois

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