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Here is some more info I found.. https://sugarbelle.info

-Joe

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Received this email today and sharing it for those interested in picking up this new variety and attending the presentation.

If anyone is already familiar please share your thoughts/experience, thanks 🙏
-Joe

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Want to purchase a cutting longer than 24in, please let me know if any available.

Thanks,

Joe

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Hey guys really sorry on the late replies to the DMís on this subject I just seriously kept forgetting, here is a shot of my neighbors tree I asked him about the fruit and he said go for it, I donít mind mailing these out for a nominal fee though I have ZERO idea how to properly pick this fruit in itís ripe stage if anyone cares to advise?

Thanks,

-joe

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My neighbor has a tree that fruits, I can see when the fruit are ready to harvest and if he will let me have any, they look heavy AF and might be pricy shipping 🤷‍♂️

-joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Male or Female flower Jackfruit
« on: March 27, 2023, 10:34:54 PM »


I found this helpful, as always learning much off Instagram 👍

-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WTB guava rootstocks.
« on: March 23, 2023, 09:56:49 AM »
Looking to buy guava rootstock, ideally 10 guava seedlings in 1 gallon containers with pencil size diameter trunk girth, I can drive to meet for pick up from palm city south to homestead. Please DM me with price/availability.

Thanks,

Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Anyone post plants on instagram?
« on: March 18, 2023, 04:39:26 PM »
@_prescribed_burn_ itís all plants all day, a locked account to avoid bots and spam, just send me a message first and Iíll accept any request and follow back, Iíve learned so much and had great interactions with fellow tropical fruit freaks on Instagram itís great.

-Joe

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Congrats on your dedication and patience, this is exciting 👍

-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: JFí Saramoyo seedlings
« on: March 07, 2023, 01:05:41 PM »
I have two in the ground from JF:

Piste Red


Dorado Yellow




-joe

Both mine are still progressing, I have stripped them and tip pruned so hoping to see some flower action this year as new leaves start to push this spring (fingers crossed).

-Joe

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Hey guys, all orders were sent out yesterday morning as promised, check your DMís later today as itís taking me a while to post the tracking numbersÖ. Appreciate this opportunity to share this germ plasm with you all.

Here are a few pics of a few fruit I harvested from this season:












Get stoked, happy grafting 👍

-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: How to?
« on: March 07, 2023, 10:09:31 AM »
Air layering works great in my experience, I hear grafting is difficult with guava though Iíve never tried. Then there is a situation where you wanna propagate from cutting because you may not have rootstock or the source of the tree is far away and itís easier for source to send cuttings vs air layered rooted plant. A member here (orkine) gave me a cutting off his tree in sort of a ďhumidity domeĒ which was two Gatorade bottles fused together with duct tape. The cutting has rooted and it seemed like it took forever though many months to see a few roots and Iíve taken the top of the bottle off now and the few leaves have hardened off to the ambient humidity.

-Joe




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Is cherilata different than Painter and Fernandez?

Hey Pau,

Wanted to help with this question, cherilata is painter, believed to be a reticulata x cherimoya bred by John Painter, whereas Fernandez is a reticulata that I think originated from Julia Laraís neighbor if memory is correct.  With the painter fruit there is a natural ďfogĒ that appears on the outside of the fruit while itís growing and then can be wiped away or shined to the bright red color when picked. I also read somewhere that pending on rootstock used the flesh color of painter may vary in how red the flesh appears. I got two in my yard growing on pond apple and soursop.

Hope this was helpful,

Joe

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: 'Pecan Pie' Lucuma Scions
« on: March 03, 2023, 10:47:33 AM »
Hey Nate,

Are the scions already cut or are they cut day of shipping? Can it be grafted to canistel rootstock? Any pics of the fruit or backstory on where it originated?

Iím considering this but all I got is canistel rootstock, Iíve grafted canistel before using cuttings with a few leaves attached and trimmed and humidity dome bagged them.

Thanks for your help,

-Joe

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Red hybrid jaboticaba is a given for speed, I feel plinia lujan is really slow.

-Joe

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Scions still available if interested, as far as compatibility I graft onto reticulata and soursop rootstocks, reason being the seeds for those are readily available vs sourcing Cherimoya seeds from Cali.

-Joe

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2nd PM sent.

In the post before your first ďpm sent postĒ he mentions heís on vacation till March. Lance is a top seller, and will most likely return your inquiry post vacation 👍

-Joe

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I wonder about that too. I have been waiting for a seedling to flower for more than ten years. Do you have mulchi in production?  So far only the dwarf mulchi has produced here.
Peter

I donít have one in production, but a seedling about 1.5 ft tall. As an experiment Iím gonna try to approach graft a branch to red hybrid jaboticaba and see what happens 👍 will post the outcome either way.

-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Giant mulchi to plinia graft compatibility
« on: February 26, 2023, 11:49:07 PM »
Just curious if anyone has had success or tried grafting giant mulchi to other plinia/jaboticabas?

Thanks,

Joe

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Selling scions 5$ each with 6 scion minimum and 10$ shipping. Sale ends Saturday 3/4 at 5:30pm all orders will be shipped out on 3/6 with tracking number provided. First come first served via direct message time stamp while scions last.

Trees were defoliated to stimulate bud formation, scions will be cut and wrapped in parafilm. Scions will be pencil to 1/2 in thickness and 6in long. 

Happy to answer any questions,

-Joe

Fernandez

Fernandez


Painter



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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Can lychee erinose mite infect humans?
« on: February 16, 2023, 06:33:29 PM »
Hey Julie,

Get over the counter clotrimazole cream (antifungal) and mix with hydrocortisone 1% cream (anti inflammatory also OTC) apply twice daily for 2 weeks and see if that helps, most common issues seem to be tinea or contact dermatitis, if not getting better or gets worse contact a dermatologist which itís also recommended to get an annual skin check also.

Feel better,

Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Can lychee erinose mite infect humans?
« on: February 14, 2023, 09:49:52 PM »
If you are comfortable, please post a picture. Found this pdf interesting to learn that longan can also be infected by lychee erinose mite https://discover.pbcgov.org/coextension/agriculture/PDF/New%20Lychee%20Pest%20Mite%20in%20FL.pdf but itís not erinose mite thatís on your skin the host is the lychee leaves, as far as scabies the host is the human.

-joe

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: RAFFLE ANNOUNCEMENT
« on: January 31, 2023, 08:42:11 PM »
Hey Jason,

I hope I made the cut as I sent in payment today.

Thank you,

Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: 2023 Mango Season
« on: January 27, 2023, 05:16:21 PM »
It looks like it's going to be a good year.  I've got confirmed bloom on Banganpalli, Jehangir, Kesar, Jumbo Kesar, Julie, Dot, East Indian, Janardhan Pasand, USDA Himsagar, Neelam, Mahmood Vikarabad, #11, and Alumpur Baneshan.   I'm spraying the heck out of them this year cuz I'm tired of losing fruit to powdery mildew attacks.  Waiting for bloom on Borsha, Malda, Sindhri, Manohar, Sonpari, Panchadarakalasa, Dashiri and Royal Special.

Probably most interesting collection of mango trees, why did you decide on these varieties?

Thanks,

Joe

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PM sent

-Joe

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