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Very much looking forward to mango season!!! :)
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For me it looks like first will be ppk

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Why the excitement about May First? This is too soon for sweetness. Mangoes need more sugar pumped into them via solar conversion via the leafy trees they hang from.
June First maybe.

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Why the excitement about May First? This is too soon for sweetness. Mangoes need more sugar pumped into them via solar conversion via the leafy trees they hang from.
June First maybe.

More like April 1st in West Palm.

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Maybe not May 1 , but sometime in May: PPK, some FP, Some LZ, Some ST, few Carrie, few Venus, couple Haden, A tree I don't know variety of, some Maha, most of my Pickering, and a few Choc anon. The others will be June/July or later. Most of my trees have two crops from 2 different partial blooms.

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Why the excitement about May First? This is too soon for sweetness. Mangoes need more sugar pumped into them via solar conversion via the leafy trees they hang from.
June First maybe.

More like April 1st in West Palm.
 

Watery like a carambola but we all must carry on. But like your otherwise due to your 256. Which amazingly enough is the size of my NVMe in my new and unfolding HP x 17.3"

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I assure you this Edward I just picked will be anything but watery. Instead It will taste amazing.
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PPK and an some early Venus will be first for me

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Very much looking forward to mango season!!! :)

What varieties of mangoes in Florida will be available for sale in May ?

Sometime in May i would like to buy some Rosa/Dwarf Hawaiian and love to purchase PPK

The reason for Rosa is a potential grafting candidate, hopefuly it season has not come and gone.
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Squam -- An early mango, like your Edwards that has full taste this early in April should go for top dollar

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Why the excitement about May First? This is too soon for sweetness. Mangoes need more sugar pumped into them via solar conversion via the leafy trees they hang from.
June First maybe.

More like April 1st in West Palm.
 

Watery like a carambola but we all must carry on. But like your otherwise due to your 256. Which amazingly enough is the size of my NVMe in my new and unfolding HP x 17.3"

New as in Nieuw to me. Scored off ebay at an un_boliveeeble_ price



 
I assure you this Edward I just picked will be anything but watery. Instead It will taste amazing.
 8)

If they’re just as amazing as the early ones last year, they’ll blow your mind away with how amazing the coconut flavor came through!! I have a feeling that they’re even better with the lack of rain 🤤🤤🤤
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Maybe not May 1 , but sometime in May: PPK, some FP, Some LZ, Some ST, few Carrie, few Venus, couple Haden, A tree I don't know variety of, some Maha, most of my Pickering, and a few Choc anon. The others will be June/July or later. Most of my trees have two crops from 2 different partial blooms.

Thanks for answering question /   Uncle Sugar deposited some serious mango money in my account to stimulate the economy and that what i plan on doing / will send a PM

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