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Last year my NDM only gave me two fruit only flowered in one pinnacle on entire tree. This year seems like itís going to flower a lot, hoping for a good year!

The way NDM flushes has always amazed me seems so much thicker and robust than other trees.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Nam doc mai vigorous grower
« on: July 16, 2019, 01:39:52 PM »
Itís crazy how much my nam doc mai tree flushes. I cut it back to the trunk 2017 and this year itís on steroids. This tree grows so different than other mango trees. Such a dense canopy so many leaves.



How long do you guys think this Jabo will take to fruit?  Purchased already when it was this size 45 gallon pot.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / M-10 mango or ZM-10
« on: June 22, 2019, 01:54:54 PM »
Does  anyone know or have any info on this mango. Or if it ever got a name. Iíll be sampling some soon once ripe. And wanted a little info on it. Iíll report if its good.

So the orange sherbet tree was in pot for a year and I had it on top of grass, the roots went down into grass. I removed As careful as I could and planted it in ground recently (1 week or so) Now Iím concerned it might not make it l. I see some yellow leaves in bottom and they are falling. The new flush was too tender when I transplanted and it shriveled. What do you guys think? Will the tree make it? Any advice.

The tree at my moms house is amazing bout two stories high over 60 years old for sure. I keep being told it is Haden when I show pics maybe it is maybe it isnít but I havenít had another mango like this as far as taste. Look wise I have seen hadens and eaten them But taste not even close. When picked when it first shows a little shift from purple to red. And ripened on counter they are amazing. The best fruit of this tree can hold against many of the new zill varieties. When left on tree to ripen a lot of fruit can get jelly seed because of uneven ripening. Fruit tends to ripen from inside out but when caught at right stage itís the perfect blend of tart and sweet. I guess the only bad thing is that jelly seed issue and does have fiber when I eat seed I get little strings stuck in my teeth but itís worth it  8)

Ate one yesterday and one today and it reminds me of why I love mango.

I have family from Cuba and I have heard them mention chirimoya before just not sure which anona it is. I think these pictures are examples of the fruit and tree just curious what it is and if it is chirimoya.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Trying to find space to plant atemoya
« on: May 26, 2019, 09:15:35 AM »
I bought two atemoyas Lisa and geffner. Donít even know where Iím going to plant them. Do they get big ,how much space can I get away with? I hade done 20 ft spacing in between lychee mango  avocado. Then did 15ft spacing between mango sugar apple mango lime mango. All 10ft from fence. I wonder if I can sneak them in between some of these? The wife warned me about coming in more into the open yard so thatís not an option.

This is lychee, mango, avocado with 20ft spacing.

Here is the mango,sugar apple, mango, lime, mango with 15ft spacing.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Help with avocado tree pest
« on: May 17, 2019, 07:32:10 AM »
My teee has something eating the leaves. I first noticed it last year. Last year my tree didnít give fruit donít even think  it flowered almost felt like something ate the pinnacles. This year if flowered and set a ton of fruit a lot dropped which is normal . Seemed to be holding a good amount still even after a pretty bad storm.

I walked out today and it seems to be dropping more Iím concerned it has to do with whatever it is thatís eating leaves. Here are some pictures of the size fruit that are dropping as well as the tree and up close leaf damage .

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Sweetheart Lychee 2019 FL
« on: April 19, 2019, 06:36:45 PM »
Looks like I will finally be able to try some sweetheart lychee off my tree. Was planted in 2014 and I never really fertilized it until last year. Once I did it instantly became fuller and greener and seems like it itís going to reward me with a nice crop. Iím excited! It has atleast like 8 or more pinnacles like the picture below. ;D

Looking to buy some ppk mango if anyone has any or will have any for sale.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / How to pick lemon zest mango fruit
« on: June 23, 2018, 12:19:46 PM »
Any tips on picking lemon zest mango from tree, should I Let it ripen on tree or pick it green and counter ripen?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Mangoes purchased from neighbors
« on: June 18, 2018, 08:54:39 AM »
Been seeing some mangoes for sale in my neighborhood. I like to drive around and see what I find. Purchased two mangoes of this one variety that Iím not familiar with. Pretty good mango tasted quite peachy nice size too. Does anyone recognize variety I have one left thatís still ripening will get more pics when I cut into that one. House where I bought from no one was there for me to ask. I just left money and took mangoes.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / First Nam doc Mai Mango 2018
« on: June 13, 2018, 08:28:54 PM »
Had a Nam doc Mai mango just now and wow almost couldnít eat it of how sweet it was. But there was no other flavor just sweetness. Tasted almost like sugar cane juice. I didnít want to throw it out so I poured lime juice and it sort of helped. Whatís the trick on these? did I wait to long to eat it? Was it just a bad example?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Mango tree bacterial black spot
« on: June 03, 2017, 12:44:15 PM »
I seem to have noticed my Nam doc Mai which didnt fruit this year, Actually hasn't ever fruited ,Has bacterial black spot i have noticed the black spots with yellow halos on the leafs. Then they turn yellow and fall off. Also have noticed same type of black spots on the new green growth of the tree branches. I'm wondering what approach should I take to cure it.

I know most trees already flowered but are these flowers coming? I really hope so i would love to get some lemon-zest mangos this season even if its only one. i bought the tree around July. I haven't planted it in ground yet but will do that when i move in august or so. What do you guys think?

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