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As the title says, I am looking for cuttings from any of the 3 guava varieties listed below:

1. Honeymoon.
2. Jalisco red.
3. Red Malaysian.

If you have any of these for sale please let me know.


Tropical Fruit Discussion / What is your favorite banana variety?
« on: May 30, 2020, 11:16:36 AM »
I'm curious, what is everyone's favorite banana variety that they grow in terms of flavor. I have been watching videos of this guy tasting a bunch of different ones:

and this sorta got me thinking what everyone here is growing. So what is your favorite banana variety that you grow? and why?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Olosapo nutrient deficiency
« on: January 20, 2020, 01:14:49 PM »
I have a 14 month old Olosapo I have been growing indoors because I love it too much to gamble with planting it outdoors in our extremely hot and windy weather. Anyway, the plant's new growth is starting to show some type of nutrient deficiency but I don't know which nutrient. I do give the plant diluted solution (4ml/100ml) of NPK 10-10-7.5 plus mico nutrients every month or so. I sure need your help. Here are the pics:

Im growing the plant under the following LED lights:

During the course of the year, the tree have grown closer to the light, can this be a light burn? or a nutrient deficiency? and if so which nutrient?

Thanks in advance!

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Mangos in the Bay area
« on: July 23, 2019, 09:46:08 PM »
Hi all,

I'm on training for 2 months in the Silicon Valley and was wondering from where can I buy good mangos. I tried Miami but they don't ship mangos to California. Is there a California based store or something like that? I know from posts I see on the forums that people do grow mangos in SoCal but do they ship online?


I have been looking for a fresh Jamaica cherry seeds, also known as Strawberry tree (Muntingia calabura).

If anyone has fresh seeds please let me know.

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