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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Canistel seedling question
« Last post by gnappi on Today at 08:37:54 AM »
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Nangcem(orange flesh) seeds added


What is the difference between Nangcem(orange flesh) and Cempedak "Nangcem" / Cempejack / CH17 (see the link below) ?. and which one is better in your opinion ?.

http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=27162.msg313598#msg313598
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Yellow Dragon Fruit variety.
« Last post by FamilyJ on Today at 08:30:00 AM »
Just checked their Facebook page it seems they ship cuttings worldwide since they send to Paraguay and Thailand. Beautiful fruit.
Yes they ship world wide and that is one many are after at the moment
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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Re: Cherimoya/Pawpaw hybrid
« Last post by Triloba Tracker on Today at 08:29:38 AM »
I absolutely think you should do whatever you are driven to do! As we say, "there's a first time for everything."

Do you have mature Asimina triloba trees of your own? Or where are you getting your pollen?

I would quibble with a few of the things you mentioned about Asimina triloba:
1) If the fruit falls on its own, there will be a "scar" - a hole in the skin and slight indentation in the flesh. The fruit definitely does not have a clean separation like a mango or apple or pear. It can be cut at the peduncle to avoid this, but not if the fruit is in a cluster or if you are harvesting a lot of fruit.
2) The skin is actually usually quite thin and fragile. From the cherimoyas i've eaten, the cherimoya skin is much, much thicker and tougher than pawpaw
3) short shelf-life of pawpaw is considered one of its major drawbacks. I would say it's about the same as cherimoya, possibly worse.
4) i think a comparison of seed-to-flesh ratio of pawpaw and cherimoya would be interesting. Pawpaw is considered pretty "seedy" except for a few varieties particularly from Neal Peterson. Cherimoyas do have a lot of seeds, in a sense, but they are small and easily avoided. Pawpaw seeds are a little more annoying.

Take care!!
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Dragon Fruit thread.
« Last post by FamilyJ on Today at 08:28:30 AM »
Maybe say that cuttings are at least 8 or 12.
so 30"+ would be good for the ones on right since they go up to 39"
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  Frank

 How old is your cuban fiberless ? It is a beautiful tree.

 William
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Canistel seedling question
« Last post by Capt Ram on Today at 07:08:09 AM »
I'd cut the weak one
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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Nitrogen deficiency?
« Last post by Citradia on Today at 06:49:43 AM »
Thanks, Millet.
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Also have some seed of escarlate to sell, shipping from EU - worldwide 5,50 with tracking.



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