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WikiFruit / Chrome получит популярную функцию Firefox
« Last post by umoxilu on August 05, 2020, 10:16:20 PM »
На сегодняшний день открывать в браузере десятки вкладок — это почти норма для многих людей: от рерайтеров до сотрудников SMM-служб. Само собой, что для этого нужен мощный компьютер, однако проблема состоит в другом. В браузере Chrome в какой-то момент вкладок становится так много, что они не отличаются друг от друга — ведь не видны даже иконки сайтов. И потому компания Google решила скопировать то, что давно уже есть в Firefox. Речь идёт о функции прокручивания вкладок.

В Маунтин-Вью уже подтвердили, что компания планирует добавить подобное решение, что позволит не сжимать вкладки, подстраиваясь под ширину экрана. Открытые сайты можно будет пролистывать с помощью стрелок, а также колёсика мыши. При этом, по словам Питера Кастинга (Peter Casting), одного из разработчиков пользовательского интерфейса Google Chrome, система будет поддерживать выделение нескольких вкладок с помощью Shift + клик и Ctrl + клик.

Подобную функцию уже давно просили пользователи, и вот теперь она появится. При этом пока не сообщается, когда именно новая возможность будет добавлена. Быть может, её внедрят уже в Chrome 71, который выйдет в декабре, хотя точно это пока неизвестно.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Growing sugar apple from seed
« Last post by Tommyng on August 05, 2020, 10:04:33 PM »
I just throw them in my garden beds and they sprout. Gary, if you need some sugar apple seedlings come on up.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Best tasting mango varieties
« Last post by Carloscelis on August 05, 2020, 10:04:22 PM »
Tommy Atkins
Why you say that?

Was a joke come on

 Not sure about such a joke, a properly ripened Tommy Atkins may just very well be better than a Graham.

Did you plant a tommy atkins tree in your yard rob?

Ha!  Nope, and no Graham, Carrie or Julie either.

What are your favorite Mangos to eat?
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Dragon Fruit thread.
« Last post by RobPatterson on August 05, 2020, 09:37:41 PM »




Air roots tend to do what they want, when they want. I have some plants that are thick with them, and have been for years, and some that dont even produce them. And as you can see, ive even got some trying to attach to Trex false wood structure. I think theres a difference between species in how likely they are to make them, which might be a result of the plants being crossbred with other types of cactus. I dont know if other types of succulents create these types of clinging attachments, as they were essential to the original pitahaya in their tropical environment, where they grew up trees and other structures.
Btw, Brownkawa, do you happen to know what type of dragonfruit you are growing? It looks like a red flesh variety.
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Are these sour sweet taste like lemon but with a garlic flavor that many report tasting with this species or just sweet?

Thanks,

David

I've eaten from this tree and it at first is really juicy and nice, apricot, then WHAM-O intense garlic. If you eat them underripe they are much better. Fully ripe they are a lot of garlic.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Santol Growing Experiences..
« Last post by Finca La Isla on August 05, 2020, 09:30:11 PM »
Santol is a good size tree that should be planted in full sun with at least 8m spacing.
Peter
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Avocado thread
« Last post by zephian on August 05, 2020, 09:21:11 PM »
Brad, I feel like your attacking my manliness (Lol).  Hey, no one ever called me lazy in the yard; instead, I get in trouble for getting after it too much.  But, yeah, there's something about this banana tree that's intractable for me.  It's rooted into a bunch of river rocks, bounders, brecia, maybe some cement.  I'll give it another go.  I assume digging all the surrounding pups will have some damage on the roots of the one or two I want to maintain.  I'm sure they'll bounce back in time though.  Thanks.
Our clay sucks. I had a really thick mat I spent ALOT of time on last year. Pick. Shovel. repeat. now I have one or two popping up again and need to get at it. Previous owners used to grow bananas for leaves and it's some variety that never fruits.

Naysen, how are your avocados doing this year? Mine are hating the sun. I've been working longer hours so haven't had time to address them, and it's too hot by the time I get outside but I need to paint/spray them with surround for the third time this year. Looks like they are liking the night time temps but this 100+ every day is rough
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Mango trees not growing
« Last post by WilliamTheYoungGrower on August 05, 2020, 09:12:10 PM »
I planted multiple varities of mango trees two years ago all from three gallon pots. These trees have not grown at all my question is why. Ive fertilized them with various brands from home depot they get sun most of the day. What seems to happen is about once a year they try to push some new growth but the leaves are very small and the flush is only 1 or two inches long. 1 probelm could be the rains this year my backyard where they are is prone to standing water in heavy rains the past few months all record highs have made my yard a swamp about half the summer thus far but the trees were still not doing anything prior to the heavy rains. Im just seeking advise on what to do to get these trees going. Mango trees in the front yard grow just fine.

From my experience mangos like dry to moist soil, and dont like soggy “swamplike” soil. Here in Honduras mangos grow even in the wild and ive always seen them thriving in neglect and even very dry conditions.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Mangosteen advice
« Last post by WilliamTheYoungGrower on August 05, 2020, 09:07:58 PM »
Wood mulch has a lot of carbon but has almost zero nitrogen.
In order to break down,the microorganisms will use all the nitrogen they can get and your plant will be starved of nitrogen.
After it draws nitrogen and becomes verry well composted,it will release all that nitrogen back.
3 months is too little ,depending on climate,what type of wood chips nd the amount of nitrogen in the soil.
If you want them to compost faster,simply add nitrogen over the wood chips.
Ureea or a powerfull source of N,not manure as that doesnt has enough nitrogen to compost itself and sometimes it takes years to decompose a dryed cow dung.

Could u explain how to use urea to compost woodchips please?
,William
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Mango trees not growing
« Last post by koundog on August 05, 2020, 09:06:01 PM »
I planted multiple varities of mango trees two years ago all from three gallon pots. These trees have not grown at all my question is why. Ive fertilized them with various brands from home depot they get sun most of the day. What seems to happen is about once a year they try to push some new growth but the leaves are very small and the flush is only 1 or two inches long. 1 probelm could be the rains this year my backyard where they are is prone to standing water in heavy rains the past few months all record highs have made my yard a swamp about half the summer thus far but the trees were still not doing anything prior to the heavy rains. Im just seeking advise on what to do to get these trees going. Mango trees in the front yard grow just fine.
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