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What kind of graft is used on these grafted soursop?
How long they take to bear fruit?
How long they take to bear fruit?
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Me and my friends use free horse manure all the time. Never has been a fly issue. You can rent a 4.5 cu. yd. electric hydraulic operated dump trailer and haul all day. . . .
There are a lot of good pineapple varieties, but I'd stay away from Smooth Cayenne. They're big and nice looking, but they taste as if they're rotting prematurely. It's the 'tang' in the flavor that reminds me of fermentation.
I hope you're wrong but it doesn't really matter. "Pay your money take your chances."
According to this source they are the main canning and processing variety. http://pineapple.myindoorgreenspot.com/inpine.htm It was a package deal too good to pass up offered by Wellsprings. Being it shipped Tuesday, I expect them Thursday or Friday. Will update.
You're wrong. And tons of information on the net will prove it. These crosses are bread to eat continuously so they will reach market faster and at lower cost. The problem arises when there hearts can't keep up with the amount of weight their bodies are packing. A lot of these die from heart failure or heat exhaustion due to this bulking process. I also lost some because of this.He is probably referring to the Cornish x Rock crosses used for meat birds. I raised 30 of these last year. They will eat themselves to death if you leave food in front of them. And they don't like scavaging for food as much as other breeds from what I've read.
Cornish-Rock meat birds will not eat themselves to death. In fact, the normal procedure raising them is to have food available to them 24/7. Some will become so heavy that they can't walk properly, but they won't die from overeating.
He is probably referring to the Cornish x Rock crosses used for meat birds. I raised 30 of these last year. They will eat themselves to death if you leave food in front of them. And they don't like scavaging for food as much as other breeds from what I've read.
I believe your name is related to the english Cauldron, which ultimately derives from Latin Caldarium for cooking pot and Calidus for hot. Perhaps a play on that? Can capture your name, heat and food all at once.
Yes, "Caldeira" is a french word originated in latin word "caldaria", it means something like cooking pot, but it looks like in France it is used more as geology-volcanology term:
but I have to agree with those, who intend to use the word "Fiji" in the name, for me as inhabitant of central Europe it sounds exotic and immediately pictures of sun, ocean and palms come to mind.
If the early fruiting is consistent and can be replicated, as good science demands, this is indeed interesting. However, if only one out of the 265 space seeds flowered early I'm not very excited. I've had a few citrus seedlings flower in the first year. It occasionally happens. They rarely hold the fruit.
Meanwhile, the rest of space-traveling cherry pits were planted in Kochi Prefecture in south-western Japan and Yamanashi in central Japan, and they have already come into bloom as well.
If I am reading the article right, it says all of them bloomed as well planted in another part of Japan, woohoo! 265/265 is pretty impressive!
Sega na lega.
Windward - a phrase from Hawaii to describe the portion of the island where the wind comes towards. The windward side usually has lush vegetation because the clouds must drop rain to clear the mountains. The opposite side is Leeward.
I would say think about who your customers are going to be, and what kinds of names would attract them, or what they would associate the name with?
Are the jars going to be sold locally or internationally?
I like the name Volivoli. Has a nice ring to it. How about Volivoli Delights? Or Volivoli Nectar? Volivoli Supreme? Something like that.
Very interesting. The Copper and some of the other nutrients may be "tied up" with each other.
I have read they grow from cuttings...do you recommend propagating cuttings from the vine every couple years, or planting seeds/buying a new plant every other year?
The weather crazy and intense the past few years? Jeez Laweez! The weather and intense events have been happening since weather has been documented. The great hurricanes of Galveston, the Keys, Camille in Mississippi....it goes on and on.....and the fact that the number of tornadoes has been low compared to decades past, the weather and climate is constantly changing and is generally on a roller coaster ride, i live in Florida and we haven't had a hurricane effect me since 2004! So hurricanes are not on the upswing, they are not more intense than in decades past so the fear mongers cannot explain this...follow the money trail and you will see why the alarmists are at work