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« Reply #1550 on: October 30, 2019, 05:22:36 AM »
Hey everyone here at TFF!

I come from a product development, marketing, and advertising background. However I have always been fascinated with nature and growing my own food.

After successfully scaling a marketing software company, I am looking to start ventures relating to fruit production.
Wholesaling or even a vertically integrated line of products is the end goal.

My family has a 560 acre plantation in Fiji that I am looking to develop. I'm Hoping I can make some good connections here to learn about the trade and potentially form a joint venture.

I am considering growing mangoes, passion fruit, mangosteen, goji berries.. stuff like that. Some ideas I've had were to start a beverage company that incorporates these fresh fruits, grow kava to start a kava bar, and export everything I grow to Australia/New Zealand /Asia.


Looking forward to reading more information here!

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« Reply #1551 on: October 30, 2019, 05:33:04 AM »
Hello,
We have a small orchard in San Diego, Ca, and are planning to plant and grow fruit trees on Koro Island, Fiji. Any assistance re where to purchase, what to be careful of, issues with transporting via ferry from Natovi (outside Suva) to Koro, pests to be aware of & BMPs to maximize yield (for personal use & donating to locals) would be appreciated.
Thank you!
Steven & Michelle

Hello from LA!
I am not experienced with it myself, but just make sure it's in an airtight and very clean container. Pests I'm sure would vary by variety but using the natural ingredients found here would help:

https://www.angieslist.com/articles/insects-bugging-your-plants-try-these-10-natural-insecticides.htm

#6 sounds like a good one..

What do you plan on growing out there?? Our family has a 560 acre plantation in Vanua Levu and I'm starting my research here to develop a plan to grow some fruits on a medium scale operation...

-Simon

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« Reply #1552 on: October 30, 2019, 06:31:17 AM »
Hello all. Glad to have found this forum...wish I'd found it sooner!
For the last 25 years or so, I've been growing tropical fruit in my small backyard. Here's what I've got currently: 3 Mangoes (Nam Doc Mai, Pim Saen Mun, ValCarrie), Lychee (Sweetheart), 2 Avocados (Russell, Pollack), Jaboticaba, Yellow Jaboticaba, Miracle Fruit, Atemoya, Jackfruit, Carambola (Fwang Tung), Tamarind, Sapodilla aka Naseberry (Makok), Dragon Fruit, Fig. In the past I've grown June Plum, Barbados Cherry, Soursop, Sugar Apple, Key Lime, Kumquat. I found the forum researching whether I could successfully grow Rambutan here and you all have saved me some time. So much grows well here that I've learned not to mess with stuff that maybe, kind of, sort of does.

My trees require annual pruning so they keep their size manageable, and only recently have I let anyone else touch them. I had well recommended certified arborist do it this time with me standing right there. He was pretty aggressive but I took the chance, and if nothing dies off, I'll be glad to have done it. They are already flush with new growth, but I've noticed one branch in the jackfruit seems to have died off, which will be no big deal if that's all it is... but we'll see.

Come harvest, I will be interested in opportunities to trade fruit or to work with others locally to donate to a local food bank.

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« Reply #1553 on: November 10, 2019, 03:49:47 PM »
Hi everyone!
I' m sixteen. I' m from Poland. I' m glad that I found this forum. I love growing rare, exotic plant. In my collection I have among others Matisia soegengii, Myrciaria sp Escarlate, Browneopsis ucayalina, Garcinia humilis, Castilla elastica, Synsepalum dulcificum, Syzygium samarangense, Eugenia uniflora, Herrania purpurea, nearly eight-years old lychee, two Avocados, Mango, two Tamarind, Carambola, Gac fruit, Graviola, Cherymoia, Citrus (lemon, mandarine, kumquat), Sugarcane, Orchids (Paphiopedilum, phalaenopsis), Tea plant, Guava, Tamarillo, Pineapple, Vanilla, Rambutan. I have grown exotic plant since 2011, when I was eight years old. I live in a block of flats, but I have two allotment gardens, so I don't have a lot of space for cultivation my plants. For this reason, I prefer slow growing / dwarf, exotic, rare plants. I will have to give some plants back soon. Moreover I search cacao plant and cinnamon plant, because it's really pretty and useful. Soon, my plants will require cutting (to fit on the windowsill), but I don't know how to do it. Maybe we will come up with something together. I am currently illuminating my  plant. I'm environmentally friendly, so I don't use any pesticides and chemical fertilizers. I think it's poison. I use only manure and natural remedies. I would like to move home with a greenhouse. I hope we will get to know and fancy each other.
Best regards
John

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« Reply #1554 on: November 10, 2019, 04:37:32 PM »
Hi everyone!
I' m sixteen. I' m from Poland. I' m glad that I found this forum. I love growing rare, exotic plant. In my collection I have among others Matisia soegengii, Myrciaria sp Escarlate, Browneopsis ucayalina, Garcinia humilis, Castilla elastica, Synsepalum dulcificum, Syzygium samarangense, Eugenia uniflora, Herrania purpurea, nearly eight-years old lychee, two Avocados, Mango, two Tamarind, Carambola, Gac fruit, Graviola, Cherymoia, Citrus (lemon, mandarine, kumquat), Sugarcane, Orchids (Paphiopedilum, phalaenopsis), Tea plant, Guava, Tamarillo, Pineapple, Vanilla, Rambutan. I have grown exotic plant since 2011, when I was eight years old. I live in a block of flats, but I have two allotment gardens, so I don't have a lot of space for cultivation my plants. For this reason, I prefer slow growing / dwarf, exotic, rare plants. I will have to give some plants back soon. Moreover I search cacao plant and cinnamon plant, because it's really pretty and useful. Soon, my plants will require cutting (to fit on the windowsill), but I don't know how to do it. Maybe we will come up with something together. I am currently illuminating my  plant. I'm environmentally friendly, so I don't use any pesticides and chemical fertilizers. I think it's poison. I use only manure and natural remedies. I would like to move home with a greenhouse. I hope we will get to know and fancy each other.
Best regards
John
WOW! Congratulations, you have a great collection!   ;D

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« Reply #1555 on: November 11, 2019, 10:17:00 AM »
Hi everyone!
I' m sixteen. I' m from Poland. I' m glad that I found this forum. I love growing rare, exotic plant. In my collection I have among others Matisia soegengii, Myrciaria sp Escarlate, Browneopsis ucayalina, Garcinia humilis, Castilla elastica, Synsepalum dulcificum, Syzygium samarangense, Eugenia uniflora, Herrania purpurea, nearly eight-years old lychee, two Avocados, Mango, two Tamarind, Carambola, Gac fruit, Graviola, Cherymoia, Citrus (lemon, mandarine, kumquat), Sugarcane, Orchids (Paphiopedilum, phalaenopsis), Tea plant, Guava, Tamarillo, Pineapple, Vanilla, Rambutan. I have grown exotic plant since 2011, when I was eight years old. I live in a block of flats, but I have two allotment gardens, so I don't have a lot of space for cultivation my plants. For this reason, I prefer slow growing / dwarf, exotic, rare plants. I will have to give some plants back soon. Moreover I search cacao plant and cinnamon plant, because it's really pretty and useful. Soon, my plants will require cutting (to fit on the windowsill), but I don't know how to do it. Maybe we will come up with something together. I am currently illuminating my  plant. I'm environmentally friendly, so I don't use any pesticides and chemical fertilizers. I think it's poison. I use only manure and natural remedies. I would like to move home with a greenhouse. I hope we will get to know and fancy each other.
Best regards
John
WOW! Congratulations, you have a great collection!   ;D

Thank you for recognition! I love my plant so I do my best when I grow them. I will write more about my cultivation in the appropriate threads any day now.

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« Reply #1556 on: November 17, 2019, 09:33:10 PM »
Hi everyone. I'm new to the forum and hope to learn a great deal from those with vastly more experience. I live in Marathon in the Florida keys and recently started a small garden with my wife. Apparently this is to be my retirement project when I retire in 2 years. Everything is new in the ground since Hurricane Irma tore through here in Sept 2017. Here's what we have planted so far: fwang tung carambola, Borneo red jakfruit, Carrie mango, sweet tart mango, gold nugget mango, coconut cream mango, orange sherbet mango, Tebow (=Young) mango, Choquette avocado, catalina avocado, Bruce canistel, Ross sapote, Magana mamey sapote, Marin mamey sapote, abieu, imbe, red mulberry, grumichama, red jaboticaba, Tesoro mamee apple,  dwarf namwa banana, mysore banana, dwarf red banana, praying hands banana, Saba banana, ice cream banana, apple banana, dwarf Orinoco banana, Barbafos cherry, Key lime (of course), calamondin, blood orange, guanabana,. We also have some of the less eaten fruits like Monstera deliciosa, pindo pallm, cocoplum, Cereus spp. and Opuntia spp cacti. We also have, of course, coconuts. Only a few things have fruited so far but this year things should start rocking. We have the issues with high alkalinity soil but given that we are drier than mainland Florida, we are hopeful that anthracnose and other fungal diseases will be minimal. Most irrigation is from cisterns. Anyway, looking forward to learning a lot and maybe/hopefully making some new friends.

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« Reply #1557 on: November 26, 2019, 04:37:21 AM »
Hello everybody!

I'm Alex, 28 yrs old, living in Hamburg, Germany. I almost exclusively grow hot peppers and some tomatoes, but of course the gardening fever is spreading.  :) I wanted to have some nice fruit trees indoor as ornamental plants, so I started growing mangos. But I ve come to understand that my hot pepper community cant cover all my gardening/plant problems, so Im looking out for a fitting community for my current and maybe future exotic/tropical plants.

Looking forward to it! Have a great day y'all!

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« Reply #1558 on: November 26, 2019, 03:43:20 PM »
Hey my name is Stephen, from Big Pine Key, Fl
I was a member before but lost my whole garden during Irma and couldn't remember my login stuff so I figured I would star a new

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« Reply #1559 on: November 29, 2019, 06:36:53 AM »
Hey my name is Stephen, from Big Pine Key, Fl
I was a member before but lost my whole garden during Irma and couldn't remember my login stuff so I figured I would star a new

This is me, i found my log in info.

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« Reply #1560 on: December 07, 2019, 12:40:45 AM »
Hi, Everyone!

Tropical grower from Thailand. Been living here the last 11 years and started collection and growing fruit trees 2 years ago in my 4000m2 garden.
Up to about 70 different kind of fruit trees now and around 250 fruit trees in total plus some hard wood trees some ex:
Dalbergia cochinchinensis, shorea roxburghii, Anisoptera Costata, Neolamarckia Cadamba, Dipterocarpus Alatus etc

I also grow hot peppers, 20 different varieties.

Learning as times goes by and hope to catch up on some great info here at TFF.

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« Reply #1561 on: December 27, 2019, 05:08:54 PM »
I am Jimmy
Live in Boynton Beach, FL about 2 or 3 blocks west of I-95 and maybe 2 miles from ocean.
Have 7 thriving mangoes in my yard - Wally (bought from Lawrence Zill's place about 50 yrs ago), Fairchild, Pickering, Glenn, Coconut Cream, Nam Doc Mai #4, Lemon Zest. 
Also have planted at my son's house a Pickering, Nam Doc, and a Cogshall.
Last summer did a lot of grafting.   Mostly making my own scions and grafting to my other trees.   Bad success rate tho' - about 6 out of 30.
Also have a 4 month old Pineapple Pleasure in a pot which is mysteriously diseased - just posted a plea for help on this one.

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« Reply #1562 on: January 06, 2020, 09:10:04 AM »
Hello I have followed this forum for a couple years now but have not been posting.  Just learning.  I live in Apollo Beach,  I am retired Military.  I do a lot of fishing both commercial and captain some boats. I have really gotten into raising fruit trees.  I have several fruit trees currently.  A Glenn Mango, A Valencia Pride Mango, A Carrie Mango., 2 Eversweet Pomegranate, 3 petite negro figs,  1 Sun Mist Nectarine, 1 Sunraycer Nectarine, 1 Super Hass Avocado, 1 Hass Avocado, 1 Orro Negro Avocado, 1 Suruga Persimmon, 1 Ichi-Ki-Kei-Jiro Persimmon, 1 Saijo Persimmon. 1 Hood and 1 Spalding Pear.

I have really gained a lot of knowledge from this site.  Thank you.

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« Reply #1563 on: January 20, 2020, 07:48:12 PM »
Hello Everyone,

I've used this forum ever since I got my hands on some Luc's Garcinia plants after falling in love with Achacha fruit.  I've just started posting and you wonderful people have given me loads of advice!

Background: 
I'm a city worker for a Mining Software company in Brisbane, Australia but I'm a Yank originally.  Very passionate about gardening and I have a 2-acre plot on a mountain hillside outside Brisbane.  The place is in a rain shadow so gets only 800mm per year.  With the drought I am phasing out my thirsty plants in favour of more water-wise ones. The soil is thin and heavy before hitting rock but I've worked my butt off to build it up with organic matter from the kitchen and duck coop as well as importing a bit of soil and mixing it in.  I'm slowly building terraces to assist with soil and water retention.  I have several trees in the ground and many in containers.  I am far too obsessed with fruit growing for my own good which is why I probably need to downsize if only for water usage.  Not that anyone asked but below is what is in the orchard!

Orchard
In the ground & fruiting:
- 2 x Dwarf Black Mulberry
- 2 x Passionfruit (Gold, Black)
- Orange Tamarillo
- Unknown small tropical white peach (was there when I bought the place and fruits well)
- Unknown Pomegranate
- Lisbon Lemon

In containers & fruiting
- Daisy Mandarin
- Yellow Cherry Guava
- Kaffir Lime
- 6 x Finger Lime (Alstonville, Pink Ice, Rick's Red, and a few unknown ones)
- 2 x Naranjilla
- Blueberry
- Raspberries

In the ground & too young to fruit
- King Thai Mango
- 5 x Sweet Granadilla
- China Pear Guava
- Tahitian Lime
- Cara Cara Orange
- 4 x Feijoa varieties (Apollo, Unique, White Goose, Duffy)
- Nagasakiwasi Loquat
- Picual Olive
- Azerbajjani Pomegranate
- Black Beauty Pitanga
- 3 x Avocado varieties (Lamb Hass, Wurtz, Pinkerton)
- Dwarf Red Dacca Bananas
- 3 x White Sapote/Casimora
- 5 x Dragonfruit (Yellow Pitaya, Aussie Gold, Pearl, Frankie's Red Dwarf)
- Ambarella

Other Specimens in Containers:
- Alphonso Mango
- 2 x Small leaved Tamarind (Dipoglottis Cambellii)
- Jakfruit seedling
- Longan seedling
- Shepherd Avocado
- Arecuzzo Olive
- 2 x Yellow Jaboticaba (Cabelluda)
- 4 x Luc's Garcinia
- 3 x Charichuelo/Madruno
- 3 x Achacha
- Ross Sapote
- Green Sapote
- Mamey Sapote
- Grumichama x 4
- Acerola
- Madrono (Garcinia Intermedia)
- 2 x Wai Chi Lychee
-Ugni
- Strawberry Guava
- 6 x Hawaiian Guava
- Wax Jambu (Pink)
- 2 x Jaboticaba

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« Reply #1564 on: February 09, 2020, 07:07:14 PM »
Hello all,
I'm looking to start planting trees on property I recently purchased in Naples, Florida. Right now I'm just gathering information.
I've had some experience in gardening when I lived in California but always wanted to grow jakfruit, mango, papaya, sapodilla, guanabana, breadfruit, sugar apple, malay apple, bengal quince and several other tropical fruit varieties along with spices like cinnamon, cassia, piper negrum and piper longum.
I am happy to find this forum!

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« Reply #1565 on: February 09, 2020, 11:12:34 PM »
Hi everyone!
I' m sixteen. I' m from Poland. I' m glad that I found this forum. I love growing rare, exotic plant. In my collection I have among others Matisia soegengii, Myrciaria sp Escarlate, Browneopsis ucayalina, Garcinia humilis, Castilla elastica, Synsepalum dulcificum, Syzygium samarangense, Eugenia uniflora, Herrania purpurea, nearly eight-years old lychee, two Avocados, Mango, two Tamarind, Carambola, Gac fruit, Graviola, Cherymoia, Citrus (lemon, mandarine, kumquat), Sugarcane, Orchids (Paphiopedilum, phalaenopsis), Tea plant, Guava, Tamarillo, Pineapple, Vanilla, Rambutan. I have grown exotic plant since 2011, when I was eight years old. I live in a block of flats, but I have two allotment gardens, so I don't have a lot of space for cultivation my plants. For this reason, I prefer slow growing / dwarf, exotic, rare plants. I will have to give some plants back soon. Moreover I search cacao plant and cinnamon plant, because it's really pretty and useful. Soon, my plants will require cutting (to fit on the windowsill), but I don't know how to do it. Maybe we will come up with something together. I am currently illuminating my  plant. I'm environmentally friendly, so I don't use any pesticides and chemical fertilizers. I think it's poison. I use only manure and natural remedies. I would like to move home with a greenhouse. I hope we will get to know and fancy each other.
Best regards
John
Hello John in Poland. Is that garcinia the one that Australians call Snotty fruit? You have a great command of  English. In the States you can now buy dwarf bananas only 18 inches to 2 ft high (1/2 to 2/3 meter) are you in a place that only gets 2 .monthe of 0*C temperatures or less in winter? You might be able to grow some. You have a wonderful command of English. Its fantastic what you are doing.

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« Reply #1566 on: February 09, 2020, 11:22:34 PM »
I am Jimmy
Live in Boynton Beach, FL about 2 or 3 blocks west of I-95 and maybe 2 miles from ocean.
Have 7 thriving mangoes in my yard - Wally (bought from Lawrence Zill's place about 50 yrs ago), Fairchild, Pickering, Glenn, Coconut Cream, Nam Doc Mai #4, Lemon Zest. 
Also have planted at my son's house a Pickering, Nam Doc, and a Cogshall.
Last summer did a lot of grafting.   Mostly making my own scions and grafting to my other trees.   Bad success rate tho' - about 6 out of 30.
Also have a 4 month old Pineapple Pleasure in a pot which is mysteriously diseased - just posted a plea for help on this one.
Hi Jimmy. Is you're mysteriously diseased pineapple turning yellow and red down its leaves? I usually give iron for that. I use old steel wool pads for that. Purple? It wants potassium. They like really acidic conditions. After a couple days with no rain is the soil around it dry? Or damp and cool? Might have a fungal disease. Goodluck with little plant

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« Reply #1567 on: February 12, 2020, 01:09:36 PM »
Hi all,

I am a newbie to this forum. I live in Antioch, CA, zone 9b. I am looking for tropical fruit tree nurseries in Northern CA, beside Menlo Growers in Gilroy.

Thank you to all of your information.

Kevin

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« Reply #1568 on: February 24, 2020, 04:40:04 PM »
Hello,

Last July, my wife and I purchased 5.5 acres from some friends of ours.  They had owned the land for about 10 year and have quite a variety planted on it. I keep learning about more, but the list I know of as of today:
Bamboo (Sweet, with a couple of other unknown varieties)
Banana (Ice cream, ?)
Casava
Coconut
Dragon Fruit
Galangal
Jack Fruit
Jujube
June Plum
Lemon (Meyer, Ponderosa)
Lemon grass
Lime (Kefir, Key)
Longon
Loquat
Lychee (Sweetheart, ?)
Mango (Keo Savoy, Mun Kun Si, Nam Doc Mai, Pim Saen Mun, Valencia Pride)
Moringa
Persimmon
Sapodilla
Sugar Apple
Sugar Cane

I have been spending my time so far working on cleaning the place up.  I would say I have it about 75% done.  I'm working on mapping out the trees/edibles so I can get a count of each variety.  I'll be scouring this forum for information to help me turn this farm into something productive that can at least pay for itself.  This year will be a lot of learning seasons for different fruit and working on getting the trees to start growing and maturing.  A majority of the trees have supposedly been in the ground for 3-5 years, but in my opinion they don't appear to have grown as much as I would have expected.  BTW, this is a side project that will get what time I can spare, but will not be my full time job.  We'll see how that works out for me.  ;)

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« Reply #1569 on: March 02, 2020, 11:16:31 AM »
Thematt839,  glad to find another member in my area.  I would be interested in learning about your avocados and dragon fruit.

JJ
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« Reply #1570 on: March 21, 2020, 06:34:26 AM »
    Thanks for the letting me join. I live in Southwest Florida and I am a tropical fruit grower hobbyist I have quite a few banana plants, as well as Papaya, Loquat, avocado, Mulberry, Dragon fruit, sugar cane, pomegranate, berry bushes, and of course citrus. Still learning, still look for different stuff to grow.

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« Reply #1571 on: March 21, 2020, 04:01:20 PM »
Hi, I was so pleased to find this site.  Living in a subtropical area in Australia I have found it difficult to speak with people that have had experience growing not so common plants... why grow fruit found in shops when there are hundreds of tastier plants out there! 

I have just purchased this block that has a clay and rubble fill to improve drainage but under that is beautiful volcanic soil. I have some well established fruit trees ready to  be planted after being a renter for many years!

Any Aussies out there with tips to keep Kangaroos away?

Cheers
Cathy





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« Reply #1572 on: March 30, 2020, 12:08:33 PM »
Hi  I am new to this group.  My main interest is kumquat, figs, sweet lemons, and valentine pomelo and that is what  I have.









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« Reply #1573 on: April 15, 2020, 07:56:50 AM »
Hello, i am giorgosgr, i just lost my password and had accidentaly misspelled the email

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« Reply #1574 on: April 17, 2020, 10:55:59 PM »
Hi everyone! Im new, never really did a introductory post before. My name is Tristan i take care of my grandma for a living as of recent im trained as a cook/chef love food. And love some exotic fruit.

 

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