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Productivity of these Jackfruits?
« on: May 27, 2015, 04:46:46 PM »
Anybody know the productivity of these Jackfruits in south Florida?  I am thinking of "top working" some of my seedlings if they do not have a history of productivity, into perhaps a Bangkok Lemon.

Bangkok Lemon (grafted) - has about six fruit on it now.
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Re: Productivity of these Jackfruits?
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2015, 06:23:47 PM »
Anybody know the productivity of these Jackfruits in south Florida?  I am thinking of "top working" some of my seedlings if they do not have a history of productivity, into perhaps a Bangkok Lemon.

Bangkok Lemon (grafted) - has about six fruit on it now.
Mai 2 (grafted)
J-31 (grafted)
Borneo Red (grafted)
Papi Fairchild (grafted)
Sweet Fairchild (grafted)
Black Gold (grafted)
Then Varida (seedling)
Mai 1 (seedling)
NS-1 (seedling)
Golden Pillow (seedling)

Productivity of your seedlings will only be determined once your particular trees fruit. Mai2 and Borneo Red have not been very productive at all for me. Mai 1 and Black Gold produce very nicely.  I can't comment on the others as either I do not grow them or my trees are too small to make any judgment.
Harry
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Re: Productivity of these Jackfruits?
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2015, 03:47:47 PM »
Anybody know the productivity of these Jackfruits in south Florida?  I am thinking of "top working" some of my seedlings if they do not have a history of productivity, into perhaps a Bangkok Lemon.

Bangkok Lemon (grafted) - has about six fruit on it now.
Mai 2 (grafted)
J-31 (grafted)
Borneo Red (grafted)
Papi Fairchild (grafted)
Sweet Fairchild (grafted)
Black Gold (grafted)
Then Varida (seedling)
Mai 1 (seedling)
NS-1 (seedling)
Golden Pillow (seedling)

Productivity of your seedlings will only be determined once your particular trees fruit. Mai2 and Borneo Red have not been very productive at all for me. Mai 1 and Black Gold produce very nicely.  I can't comment on the others as either I do not grow them or my trees are too small to make any judgment.

Thanks Harry.  Most of my seedlings are too small to make a judgment.
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Re: Productivity of these Jackfruits?
« Reply #3 on: October 04, 2016, 08:57:34 PM »
Any updates?

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Re: Productivity of these Jackfruits?
« Reply #4 on: October 08, 2016, 03:35:02 PM »
So far the Bangkok Lemon is the champ for productivity and the Borneo Red is the champ for taste.

Two of the seedlings had unimpressive fruit; I'm thinking of replacing them.
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Re: Productivity of these Jackfruits?
« Reply #5 on: October 09, 2016, 12:46:16 AM »
So far the Bangkok Lemon is the champ for productivity and the Borneo Red is the champ for taste.

Two of the seedlings had unimpressive fruit; I'm thinking of replacing them.


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