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how about this article?

still ready to blame one of God's gifts to mankind for this disease?

or one of Satan's scourges?

http://drrickschwartz.com/art-Parkinson.html

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yea Annonas are dangerous to eat, but the chems they spray all over Guadalupe had no effect on the population who probably ate loads of locally grown fruit, laden with all sorts of pesticides...

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/may/07/guadeloupe-economy-theatened-pesticides-pollution

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this junk study, everyone references, has some key issues that are overlooked by almost everyone who shares it.

1st, the study was conducted on an island population...

2nd, the population had been exposed to harmful chemicals via the agricultural industry in their area, chemicals which can cause parkinsons like symptoms....

so put that in your pipe and smoke it...

and be very afraid to eat homegrown fruits, especially those damn Annonas...

they are the devil's dessert...   ;)

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Stay tuned for part 2 coming soon, with John Travis Morton!!


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Video of someone stealing my mangoes
« on: July 19, 2019, 04:07:29 PM »
Thanks for the analysis Triphal. I didn't get all the from watching.

As mentioned previously, If someone knocks on the door and ask I'm usually happy to share.
I give mangoes to the neighbors when I have time and supply.

it would have been less work if he asked during the normal times of the day instead of waking up in the middle of the night.

Either way, can't do anything now.
So hopefully his kids are enjoying it.

that guy was like a human racoon hybrid....taking such pride in his thievery, touching each mango as if it was made of gold.

next time, maybe u take some unused syringes, and stick them in the fruits, it will look pretty nasty, who would risk eating them...maybe leave a note that says, "do you really want to taste my fruit?  go ahead enjoy, and get a blood test afterwards"

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Ensey Tropical Fruit Company
« on: July 17, 2019, 01:36:21 PM »
hell ya!  tyler is my fav!!!!

tyler is special

This season Ive gone through multiple farms; private and public.  I've tried imported mangoes from India and Pakistan.

The one group of people I was most pleased with are the Ensey family.  They're a good bunch of people and their genetic pool is insane.  Jeff and Angie sent me a large box of mangoes that had some of the longest shelf lifes ever.  The mangoes were so clean and you can tell they were grown with love.  I havent gone through everything yet but last night I ate a Tyler, a Tywin, and a Orange Delicious.  These people grow CANDY and their proprietary cultivars should be shouted out even thought they dont sell grafted trees. 








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I am very dissapointed. I thought the mystery of the jabuticabra would be solved in this video...
 


 ;D ;D ;D

but amigbro, it has been solved!

it's this damn humanoid-bat hybrid that's been eating my fruits!

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haha love it!  beautiful trollery

you know u haven't arrived, until u got some haterz!

here's to offensive accents, cheers!

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Part 2 of the GreenDreams / Flying Fox Fruits video is here!!!


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXNA9JOwuKU&t=530s

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good thing it's just a surinam cherry and not a paulista, that would be harder to replace.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: White ilama fruiting like crazy
« on: July 10, 2019, 05:02:13 PM »
nice Jordan, your place is goin off this season!

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this Fri, 5pm, Greendreams youtube channel...get ready to rock... ;D


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I really enjoyed this vid, amigbro! But you did not show any pouteria and annona. Will there be a part 2?

thank you very much Amigbro!

lol part 2 coming!  I hear maybe close to 40min long like the first one!

we did film my Annona collection, but i'm not sure how much of it will be used...they were not really fruiting heavily.  I think we hit a few Pouterias, but not many...i have narrowed my Pouteria collection down, i mainly have sapodilla, ross sapote, canistel, and one P. coelomatica.

Nice video Adam, your place is amazing plinia haven!! I'm amazed at how well your red orchard of 64 tree's are doing! ;) 8) Hat's off to Pete, he did a great job!

Thanks Robert!!  you've been down since day 1  :)

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: First fruiting of garcinia madruno
« on: July 06, 2019, 02:07:09 PM »
NIIIIIICE!

how old?

where u get?

congratulations!!!

that is something to get excited about!

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Jabo ID Please
« on: July 06, 2019, 12:47:56 PM »
What critters are your main culprit?
Birds? Rodentia? Iguanas? Humans?

kj

squirds and buirrels

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cool pics 8)

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Well, my jabo is three feet tall, in a 20" pot, and is fruiting.
Not enough at any one time for jam yet, but still fun to suck on as I work in the greenhouse...

Carolyn



nice!  interesting how they fruit near branch tips in low light, or maybe due to higher latitudes

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Jabo ID Please
« on: July 05, 2019, 09:34:12 PM »
That is red-hybrid Jaboticaba Kevin. Looks really good.

heck ya Kevin, good job.

let the fruit sit as long as possible if u want sweet...eat em as soon as they start turning red if you don't mind tart.

it's hard to let them get fully ripe without animals jacking them first.

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very close  ;D 8)

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me and the elves who help around here picked some anomaly fruit today!  Yumballz!




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What is the minimum temperature that this trees can stand without dying or losing the fruit?
about 35F, but humidity has to be high for fruit not to drop.

and kill temp is assumed to be around 23-26F depending on duration, and other conditions.

"you ask excellent, excellent question"

-Iron Sheik

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Flying Fox Fruits Nursery
« on: June 30, 2019, 09:38:06 PM »
thank you very much!!!  hopefully comes out this week!!!

website is horribly out of date, but one day i will get it back up and running, and will do a complete website for my plinias only sales at www.Plinias.com!!

could take me a few more years at this rate.

Sweet, is that website up to date?  You’re doing something awesome there, stoked to see Pete’s video at your place soon.

got some help answering emails!

don't be afraid to send one, I'm getting caught up fast!

thanks much!!
Adam
FlyingFoxFruits@gmail.com

PS, also selling lots on my facebook page, under the name Flying Fox Fruits!  and on ebay, same username, Flying Fox Fruits!


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Kwai Muk
« on: June 30, 2019, 02:33:33 PM »
i think some people just don't know how to eat them, and get them too early, and that is why u hear so much about flavor quality variation...all the ones i've encountered are sweet, u just have to let them ripen all the way, don't eat them when they're still yellow/green, it has to be fully colored and getting soft.

congrats on the fruits, i got them planted out here, but freezes of 2017 hammered them down to the ground....now they are coming back, after being only roots for almost a whole year...very strong plant handling temp range of about 23F-110F, floods and drought

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