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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Please help identify this cherimoya
« on: July 28, 2019, 08:30:33 PM »
Hopefully some cherimoya experts here can help me identifying this cherimoya variety. I bought this cherimoya tree 2 years ago as an El Bumpo, but this somehow this doesn’t look like an El Bumpo to me : /. Please help as if it’s not a good variety, I will get rid of it..




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Hello I am looking to buy a Selma, Pierce, and Fino Cherimoya trees. If anyone have, please pm me. Thank you :)

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Guys, I am going to Orange County for the weekend, anyone have any suggestions on which nursery to visit? Thank you very much!!

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / What variety is this cherimoya?
« on: May 25, 2019, 09:03:59 PM »
Guys, I bought this at the grocery in Hayward, what is the variety of this cherimoya? Thank you


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Help!! My Fino’s root is weird..
« on: May 07, 2019, 08:40:17 PM »
Hello guys, please help!! My Fino cherimoya is having this root.. is this root bounce? We raised this 4” above ground. The tree is in the ground 1.5 years.




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I saw at a nursery the label says “White Cherimoya”.. is this means Dr.White Cherimoya? Thanks

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Hello, I currently have a Reed, which is type A. Do I need a type B avocado to set fruits? Should I plan a Marcus Pumpkin avocado, type B? Thank you

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Hello everyone, does anyone know if Lisa Atemoya, Annona Rosada, Birula, Giant Yucatán can be grown in Northern California? Also, can we graft these onto an atemoya or it does better grafting onto a Cherimoya? I am very newbie and just love fruit trees, hopefully someone can enlighten me :). Thank you all

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Hi, I am looking for the following atemoya scions:

- Lisa Atemoya
- Super African Pride
- Birula Atemoya
- Red Atemoya
- Page Cherimoya

Any sale please let me know. Thank you

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Hello, I wonder if anyone can enlighten me with the BioFlora 6-6-5 fertilizer? I read on here that this fertilizer is good for annonas, but is it also good for guava, sapodilla, green Camito, June plum, and Logans?

Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Please help..orange spot disease
« on: October 01, 2017, 12:03:28 PM »
Hello guys, please help giving me advice how to cure this dragon fruit orange spot disease :(. I'm not sure what's happening.


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Hello, anyone here can tell me which tastes better? African Pride or Geffner? Man, I bought 3 Geffner and 3 African Pride from a nursery,and put all of it on the ground. Now that all these trees have fruits, and all 6 trees turn out to be AP 😭. Don't know what to do now..

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Super small dragon fruit..?
« on: August 26, 2017, 01:22:27 AM »
Guys, how come everyone dragon fruits look big and mine looks super small? What in the world is this variety? It's just one inch big??? I have 6 fruits and they are all riped, but super duper small cheese..






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I would like to know if I need to cover my cherimoya trees in the winter with frost blanket? I'm in zone 9B San Jose. Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / What variety are these cherimoyas?
« on: August 24, 2017, 12:58:52 AM »
Anyone knows what variety are these cherimoyas? The first 2 pics are from the same tree. Thanks






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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Please help identify type of Atemoya
« on: August 13, 2017, 05:55:56 PM »
Hello, can someone help me identify what type of Atemoya is this? Thank you


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / El Bumpo, African Pride, or Seedless Guava?
« on: August 10, 2017, 08:32:38 PM »
Guys, I have one spot in my garden left, which should I plant? El Bumpo, African Pride, Seedless Guava? I already have one of each of these on the ground already..

Also, can some experts here help me rate these fruit trees? 1 being the best?

- El Bumpo
- Fino Cherimoya
- HoneyHart
- Dr.White
- African Pride
- Geffner

Thanks

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Hello, any expert here can help me choose which B type avocado a good pollinator for my Haas avocado tree? Sir Prize or Fuerte Avocado?

1. How far do type A & type B need to be close?
2. What's the season for Sir Prize?

I read online that for type A & type B to pollinate, they need to bloom the same time, right?

Sorry for the newbie questions.. thanks!!

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / HELP: Jujube tree problems
« on: July 25, 2017, 10:53:00 AM »
Hello, anyone here knows if Li Jujube really need Lang Jujube to produce lots of fruits? I have a big Lang tree and I don't really like this type and planned on replacing it with the Sugar Cane Jujube. I have 2 Li Jujube trees.

Also, this year my Jujube trees have very soft fruits on the trees. I mean the fruits still on the trees now and when I hold onto it, it's soft and not hard or like those crunchy type like how I had it last year. Last month I have tons of fruitlets on these trees, but somehow, it dropped a lot of fruits. I deep water it every 2-3 days, but last year it watered less. Wonder if I water too much? Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Lang & Li Jujube problem
« on: July 25, 2017, 10:47:16 AM »
Hello, anyone here knows if Li Jujube really need Lang Jujube to produce lots of fruits? I have a big Lang tree and I don't really like this type and planned on replacing it with the Sugar Cane Jujube.

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Today I cut down a bunch of my atemoya's flowers as I heard some people said it will help the tree's growth. Is it true? Or it won't matter? It's a 4 foot atemoya's tree with a 1" trunk, but it has over 18 pea size fruits, so I removed most of its flowers and just leave it with 6 fruits. Am I doing anything wrong? I'm just afraid my tree will die..



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Tropical Fruit Discussion / How long can a grafted fruit tree lasts?
« on: July 05, 2017, 12:13:04 PM »
Guys, anyone here know how long can a grafted fruit tree lasts? I couldn't find any of this information online. Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Sapodilla pollination
« on: July 05, 2017, 10:45:39 AM »
I have 2 sapodilla trees, both on the ground, 8 feet tall. One with no flower, and the other one with tons of flowers. Any ideas how to pollinate the sapodilla tree? Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / How to pollinate Seedless Guava?
« on: June 24, 2017, 12:34:07 AM »
Guys, I have 2 seedless guava trees, both have many flowers, but I have no clue what to do to pollinate it:(
I tried getting a brush and brushed over the flowers like what I saw on YouTube, but it just not working. Any ideas what I should be doing?

Thanks

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Guys, I have few questions in regards to hand pollination for the Atemoya and Cherimoya trees. I have hand pollinated roughly 100 flowers, but 100% failed :(. I have 4 atemoya trees and 3 cherimoyas, many flowers, but I do not know whether I did it right or not.

1. How can I tell if I hand pollinate successfully?
2. If the female flower turns into a male flower, is that means the process failed?
3. What is the sign to look for and how long can I expect to see if the result of hand pollination is successful?

Thank you!




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