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Hello;
I begin using this forum so that i hope i understand enough how to use it;
I sent 2 Private Messages, i didn't have answer, i hope i didn't fail to find them
So i now try a public message, please telle me how to find
- pomsi
- discorea batatas
- elaeagnus macrophylla
- vaccinium praestans
A couch surfing friend says he have some POMSI but could send it only in india; i search someone could send it to me in france.
I have a very big  collection mostly for temperates climates but also subtropical. I will be happy to give some or exchange.
Let me knw how we could help each other;
Kind regards,
Jean CHEVAL
310 ch tubasse
13540 AIX Puyricard
France

Insect,

This thread is 2 years old. I would suggest making a new post in this forum (Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell, Trade) with the title WANTED: (seeds/plants you are looking for).

It will get more attention that way.
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Ok just give me a few days for the cuttings to dry out since they are freshly cut, so when they get to you they will be ready to plant
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Hello;
I begin using this forum so that i hope i understand enough how to use it;
I sent 2 Private Messages, i didn't have answer, i hope i didn't fail to find them
So i now try a public message, please telle me how to find
- pomsi
- discorea batatas
- elaeagnus macrophylla
- vaccinium praestans
A couch surfing friend says he have some POMSI but could send it only in india; i search someone could send it to me in france.
I have a very big  collection mostly for temperates climates but also subtropical. I will be happy to give some or exchange.
Let me knw how we could help each other;
Kind regards,
Jean CHEVAL
310 ch tubasse
13540 AIX Puyricard
France
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Citrus General Discussion / Spray Your Citrus Tree With Asprin
« Last post by Millet on Today at 01:33:38 PM »
One  spray that would be especially helpful for citrus and avocado trees would be to spray the foliage with an aspirin spray. Plants produce salicylic acid for protection but not in the amount that can be supplied by foliar applications. The aspirin spray helps the plant by boosting the plants defensive mechanism, which is called SAR or Systemic Acquired Resistance. In the research conducted at the University of Rhode Island, three-fourths of an aspirin was dissolved in one gallon of water and sprayed on the foliage of the test plants, every two to three weeks. To make things easier, the aspirin can be mixed with the liquid seaweed and applied together.

The above appeared in the Florida Today magazine
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The Dream seedling was grafted onto an established rootstock.

Than he should show us the mother tree like I did with Ismael avocado and the grafted version which differs in season but not in quality
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Keep educating the rest of us. Knowledge is huge!!! We're going to win big time!!!
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The Dream seedling was grafted onto an established rootstock.
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Wait.

So Arka Sarhan  and Dream Atemoya are one and the same?

Some of us believe dream's mother tree is a grafted tree the evidence is compelling.....look around and see for yourself. I'll have more pix of Arka Sahan in spring
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: When do i know to pick Sapodilla off tree?
« Last post by JF on Today at 01:22:26 PM »
That's funny Rob.
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