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update .. keledang and Klayu


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update .. keledang and Klayu

Doni we want pictures of them...  8)

and we want pictures of all of the plants you "have"...
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update .. keledang and Klayu

Doni we want pictures of them...  8)

already upload them at first page Bangkok :)


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Hi,

Do you have psidium friedrichsthalianum and Syzygium curranii ?.
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Hi,

Do you have psidium friedrichsthalianum and Syzygium curranii ?.
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Sorry , dont have them

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The keledang (A.lanceifolius) I have been getting here look different to the pictured one being bigger with smoother skin like a chempadak.The one in the picture is here also and it gets called monkey jack (A.rigidus) and I know some people call lakoocha by the name monkey jack also.I think it was Oscar who cleared up the names before.

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Hello mike,
The bigger one you mention was mentawak ...
keledang was one of smallest artocarpus species .. and the men you mention was bought them from me ;D

by the way , do you have a picture of your "KELEDANG" ? I never know if keledang from australia has bigger size and skin like cempedak
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I posted pictures here a few times and they can be searched here.I have the pictures on my other computer.All the experts here call the ones I posted improved keledangs and there are a few varieties.Maybe I will try to retrieve them.

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I called it keladang and posted pix on Fe bray 19 2014.

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The other spot I suggested has a better photo

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af look at the picture called keladang which has the a not e from February 19 2014 for a better idea.All the good species have been here for a long time and one farmer has 18 Artocarpus species that are good to eat.There are quite a few lakoocha,pedalai,Kwai muk and keledang varieties around as well as ones called entawak,monkey jack with rigidis,nitidis and a few others listed for sale at times.

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that was mentawak Mike or like you said before may be the other variety of keledang
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keledang has round shape ( almost like a ball ) . i dont know if you australian called them keledang but here we from generation to generation called my stuff keledang ..

here in sumatra, only two kind of artocarpus has small ( man hand size ) , they was keledang and bintarung ..
surely the picture you shown is mentawak .

Keledang characteristic are ball round shape, sticky skin .. and the uncontested fact was the taste . Keledang has unique taste , like you eat Mangosteen and mango in your mouth at once .. and i like it .

i believe that australia have many varieties of artocarpus , but its not impossible that there are some name mistaken while this species brought from indonesia or other part of south east asia..

just sharing . :)

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this was mentawak .. look at the shape ..


and the other fruit you called "monkey Jack " actually was Tempunai ( artocarpus rigidus )
http://en.hortipedia.com/wiki/Artocarpus_rigidus
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Your picture there looks like entawak A.anisopholis to me with the marang skin rather than chempadak skin.I think your first picture might be a smaller rough skin keledang and mine could be another variety of the same species.

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I looked at the first picture and it has marang skin knows as well like your last picture and the rare fruit  council here put out a guide to tell them apart with tree,leaf and fruit information as well and is in the library section on this site.That is the main one I use to identify the different Artocarpus.

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http://rfcarchives.org.au/Next/Fruits/Jakfruit/ArtocarpusGuide.htm] [url]http://rfcarchives.org.au/Next/Fruits/Jakfruit/ArtocarpusGuide.htm[/url]

Here is one of the main ways I tell them apart but I look at a few papers and ask the growers as well when I am not sure.

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and i don't mean blame or justify your fact or opinion but , this thing that we have and eat from hundred years ago was called keledang . and so my cousins in south borneo also call it keledang . i dont know wether its right or wrong .. may be us ( indonesian ) wrong to identify or wrong about name labeling at this stuff ..  ;)

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This new tablet is messing me around with its disfunctions.I think there is a whole lot of mixups with Artocarpus and common names are different in different places. A.rigidis, anisophila and lanceifolia seem to be variable and it can be hard to tell which one you have from the descriptions.They are all from the Indonesian region and the people there are likely to know most about them.
Whichever is in the first picture it will be a great eating fruit.My one in the picture was selected as the nicest to eat of several keledang varieties.
I might have wasted too much time on a side track when people should be looking at all the great fruiting species you have on offer.

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Got my package of curculigo, matoa, and cempedak seeds yesterday. All arrived in good condition!

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Hello , nice to hear that and hope they will sprout soon  :)

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I am expecting mine tomorrow.   8)

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Re: My Tropical List INDONESIA ( Seeds and Scions for sale ) - update kranji
« Reply #74 on: December 30, 2014, 04:11:26 AM »
Going for weekend for couple days ... all packet will be send on 2015 :)

 

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