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Hi everyone, my seeds are safely exported from Brazil to China. I will sell the excess,
List:1 Annona Malmeana Estimated price=1.5
2 :Annona Spinescens=1.6
3:Annona Salzmannii=2.5
4:Marolo=1.5  Marolo Germinated seeds=3
5:Germinated seeds Annona coriacea=4.5(3.5)








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is Anonidium mannii


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is Annona scleroderma



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Hi
I am testing the germination rate, your order, need to wait for a while to give you a reply, please wait Thank you

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Interested in Salzmannii and spinescens, messaged you. Is that the salzmannii in the 3rd pic?

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Hi
I am testing the germination rate, your order, need to wait for a while to give you a reply, please wait Thank you

I've heard Salzmannii need to be planted as soon as possible after harvest so wouldn't any unnecessary delay only decrease your customers chances of success?
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Re: The sugar apple seeds I bought from Brazil, successfully went to China
« Reply #14 on: August 01, 2020, 12:49:59 AM »
Please forgive my late reply
After testing this batch of seeds, the quality is not good. . . Temporarily unable to ship
very sorry




 

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