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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Corrientes jaboticaba found!
« on: November 27, 2022, 08:39:53 PM »
It is a species of jaboticaba from northern Argentina but from a province that is further south than Misiones, it lives in forest formations where naturally the jaboticabas develop enduring stronger frosts. For this reason, it is one of the jaboticaba species best adapted to cold. It is more rustic than other varieties when it is wild, the trees are old and are between 2 and 4 meters high (tends to be low if we compare it with other Plinia species), the leaves are small. The fruits are sweet with acid tones such as several known jaboticabas. I think it is a very good variety for temperate and subtropical climates.

We are taking reservations: marcospcmusica@gmail.com or PM me.
Prices:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0














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Hello: just for this weekend! mail me at marcospcmusica@gmail.com or PM me, cheers!

Please see:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0

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Name                 Scientific name

Black ñangapiré    Eugenia repanda
Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado , new stock   Eugenia involucrata
Ubajay (one of my favs)   Eugenia myrcianthes
Black pitanga, Eldorado   Eugenia uniflora
Dark red pitanga, Oberá   Eugenia uniflora
Big red pitanga, Eldorado    Eugenia uniflora
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2 (sprouted!)   Plinia sp.
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2   Plinia sp.
Big red tangerine pitanga, Junin   Eugenia uniflora
Sete capotes, Precocious, Junin   Campomanesia guazumifolia

    Dry seeds:   
Big Biribá, Posadas, dry    Annona/Rollinia deliciosa
Graviola de montaña, sweet, Posadas   Annona montana
Chañar, rare (dry) -edible pulp and seed-   Geoffroea decorticans
Cross-berry   Grewia occidentalis
Araticú da praia, #7   Annona aff. parviflora
Tropical guava: full yellow (Amarela)   Psidium guajava
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava   Psidium guajava
Tropical guava: white cream Camino Laguna (new)   Psidium guajava
Tropical guava: cuban yellow/pink (late season)   Psidium guajava
Tropical guava: Big Thailandese white, firm pulp (new)   Psidium guajava
Tropical guava: white mexican cream   Psidium guajava
Tropical guava: branca Brazil   Psidium guajava
Arazá serrano   Psidium longipetiolatum
Araçá-una   Psidium myrtoides
Red strawberry guava   Psidium cattleianum
Arazá grande, rare   Psidium robustum
Lemon guava   Psidium cattleianum
Arazá pera, 4cm fruits   Psidium sp.
Araticú #4, rougher skin, Colonia Delicia   Annona sp.















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Orders and Reservations: marcospcmusica gmail.com 

List of species and prices:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0


The spring/summer 2022/2023 season has started here in Argentina, and my pickers find themselves searching for rare fruits everywhere at Misiones. The rains have not been good, but still several trees bore fruit again, and we hope to get new species or varieties too.

For the first time, we found sweet aguaí at Misiones! it seems to be Chrysophylum viride (good to eat raw), not C. gonocarpum (good but just to do jams, etc.).



Uses: It fruits in the middle of the spring at Misiones. The fruits are yellow, soft pulp with a very good flavor and can be enjoyed raw or in juices.

Characteristics: 6 to 7 m tall when cultivated, reaching 15 to 15 meters in height in the forest, with a very dense rounded crown with 4 to 8 m in diameter. The trunk has dark brown or gray bark, and is finely fissured near the branches.  The flowers are born in fascicles (small bundles) axillary (at the junction of the leaf with the branch) or cauliflorous (born on young, recently defoliated branches) with tufts of numerous spiked buds (with a thin and sharp tip) of greenish color and petals. cream colored lowercase. The fruits are rounded berries 1.5 to 2.7 cm in diameter.

Growing tips: Moderate growing tree that resists low temperatures (up to -6º C) and can be grown at any altitude. It likes deep, moist, acidic or neutral soil, with a sandy or clayey constitution (red or gray or black soil). The tree is drought resistant and can withstand up to 6 months without rain. It starts to bear fruit 5 to 6 years after planting.

Seedlings: The seeds are flat, brownish, little bigger than a bean and retain their germination power for up to 6 months. They must be planted in a substrate rich in organic matter; Germination occurs in 30 to 60 days. The seedlings reach 30 cm with 8 to 9 months after germination; and they can be formed both in the sun and in the shade.

Planting: It can be planted in full sun as in forests or in permanent preservation reforestations. Spacing 7 x 7 on very fertile soils or 5 x 5 m on weaker soils. The pit must be 40 cm in three dimensions and be prepared by mixing 25% sand and 1 kg of ash and 8 kg of organic matter with the surface soil. Irrigate every fifteen days for the first 3 months, then only if there is no water at the time of flowering.

Cultivating: Make only crown formation pruning and eliminate the branches that grow at the base of the trunk and branches that grow into the crown. Fertilize with organic compost, it can be 4 kg of well-tanned poultry litter + 50 gr of N-P-K 10-10-10, doubling this amount every year until the 3rd year. Always distribute nutrients on spring and irrigate a lot if there is no rain after fertilization.

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Updated 18/10/22, Peruvian jaboticaba is out of stock for now.

We started with jaboticaba of Peruvian origin just like last year, with larger fruits. We have analyzed the fruits and leaves and they bear some resemblance to Myrciaria coronata and Cauliflora. We still don't know what species it really is, but I see the leaves as more similar to the coronata.

It is a fairly rare species for Misiones, where similar but not identical jaboticabas abound.

We will be taking reservations for this rare species from today, but the shipment to my partner in the USA and subsequent redistribution will be at the end of October approx. Now it's time to do a great job of bureaucratic procedures, phytosanitary certificate and comply with international standards for anti-fungal treatment and that kind of things.

On the other hand, we are looking for the Orange COTRG, which we know has borne fruit but is difficult to locate. We will have news soon.

Peruvian jaboticaba, Plinia sp.: (OUT OF STOCK)




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We are from Argentina.

We are planning to export in a good quantity to be later forwarded from the USA inside and outside the USA. Please contact us to make reservations for retail and wholesale, thank you.

Everything travels legally with international certificates and adequate treatment following the standards.

Contact: marcospcmusica gmail com  (or PM me )




This species bears fruits of a particular flavor, sweet, juicy, different from varieties similar to Sabara or red hybrids. It is a unique flavor of jaboticaba that we have used many times to make jams, juices and exquisite ice creams, in addition to eating fresh.
The tree grows faster than other Plinia species and is quite hardy, withstanding frosts from -5 to -6º C.












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Hello, I have the possibility of obtaining practically any species from Brazil, but I need to know what level of interest there is in the matter, because seed transfers represent a good investment and I do not want to take so many risks.

So I will listen to you to see if you support me in this crusade. Over time, endless myrtaceae (Eugenias, jaboticabas, campomanesias, Psidium, etc.), annonas and rare fruits from other families will appear. Please send a PM with your ideas or requirements and wishes.

I will not be able to bring them in large quantities, but I will concentrate on the rarest, and I will continue to have the usual species in greater quantity as well.

The first batch should be:

Jabuticaba de coroa rajada, Plinia coronata
Arazá-pitanga, Psidium glaziovianum
Arazá-icica, Psidium rufum
Arazá de Sorocaba. Psidium sorocabensis
Blue Picinguaba, Faramea picinguabae
Goiaba Mirim, Psidium striatulum
Eugenia sp. do Equador (similar to E. stipitata but sweeter)
Eugenia obversa

Then, the best season will start and we will have many more.

On the other hand, the shipping times will be, from now on, something like 2 months to actually reach your hands (reaching my partner in the USA in the middle), so you have to be patient and understand that it is a slow transit. But sure. Shipments are made by Fedex in bulk with all certificates.

Cheers

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Just mail me at marcospcmusica gmail.com, thanks

Black ñangapiré (Eugenia repanda)
Cherry of the rio grande, (E. involucrata)
Ubajay  (E. myrcianthes)
Jaboticaba INTA #2  (Plinia sp.), sprouted!
Black pitanga, mid-size, Eldorado. E. uniflora
Big red pitanga, Eugenia uniflora, Eldorado
Dark red pitanga, Oberá, E. uniflora

We make a very special offer for a limited time for these species of subtropical and tropical myrtaceae, it is something to take advantage of: once they run out, it will take several months to recover the stock.

These are tasty fruits, selected varieties in Argentina and some very interesting wild varieties, even in danger of extinction, such as Eugenia repanda.

Shipping to the whole world, USD 16, shipping within the USA: USD 5.

We accept payments by paypal and WU.

Please check the stock here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0











The Ubajay icecream is amazing!






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30 Sprouted Guaporetí (Plinia rivularis), rare, USD 85
30 Sprouted Eugenia repanda, rare x last 30: USD 90
sold, 12 Sprouted Eugenia pyriformis or lutescens x 12 (very last ones!):  USD 32

20 hybrid arazá, Rare P . guineense x P. grandifolium,  USD 42 (the very last ones!)
sold 20 arazape very rare ,  USD 60 (the very last ones!)
60 Ubajay (Eugenia myrcianthes), USD 140
50 Annona aff. parviflora, rare , USD 120
42+60+140+120+85+90=USD 537


Send PM or mail me at marcospcmusica gmail com

Cheers

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Black ñangapiré    Eugenia repanda   -6ºC
Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado , new stock   Eugenia involucrata   -8ºC
Ubajay (one of my favs)   Eugenia myrcianthes   -9ºC
Eugenia hyemalis (rare)   Eugenia hyemalis   -6ºC
Sete capotes, Precocious, Junin   Campomanesia guazumifolia   -7ºC
Black pitanga, Eldorado   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Dark red pitanga, Oberá   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Big red tangerine pitanga, Junin   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Big red pitanga, Eldorado    Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2 (sprouted!)   Plinia sp.   -5ºC
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2   Plinia sp.   -5ºC
Sprouted Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón, big fruits    Plinia sp.   -5ºC
Rare guamirím, Eldorado   Eugenia cf. florida   -7ºC

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0



























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To ship by July/22

Sprouted Eugenia pyriformis or lutescens x 12 (very last ones!):  USD 32
Rare P . guineense x P. grandifolium x 20seeds,  USD 42 (the very last ones!)
20 arazape very rare ,  USD 60 (the very last ones!)
Ubajay (Eugenia myrcianthes) X 60seeds, USD 140
Annona aff. parviflora, rare x 50seeds, USD 120
Sprouted Guaporetí (Plinia rivularis), rare x 30seeds, USD 85
Sprouted Eugenia repanda, rare x last 30 seeds or more: USD 90
32+42+60+140+120+85+90=USD 569

Special offer: USD 370 by Western Union or USD 400 by paypal

marcospcmusica gmail com


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Hello, we have fresh seeds of subtropical and tropical fruit species from South America, mostly Argentina and Brazil, some of them very rare. All tasty fruits, seeds in great condition.

Special offer for nurseries or big collectors (more than 100 seeds)

Example:

Cherry of the rio grande, (E. involucrata) x 100
Black ñangapiré (Eugenia repanda) x 100
Ubajay (E. myrcianthes) x 100
Jaboticaba INTA #2  (many sprouted) x 100
Biribá, Posadas (Rollinia deliciosa) x 100

Limited offer

PM me or mail to marcospcmusica@gmail.com

Cheers



























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Please see: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0


Wet seeds in vermiculite:


Name   Scientific name   hardiness

Eugenia hyemalis (rare)   Eugenia hyemalis   -6ºC
Black ñangapiré    Eugenia repanda   -6ºC
Arazape (new!) , very rare, grasslands   P. salutare var. mucronatum   -6ºC
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava   Psidium guajava   -4ºC
Dark red pitanga, Oberá   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Sete capotes, Precocious, Junin, wet   Campomanesia guazumifolia   -7ºC
Black pitanga, Eldorado   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Cross-berry   Grewia occidentalis   -6ºC
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2 (sprouted!)   Plinia sp.   -5ºC
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2   Plinia sp.   -5ºC
Big red tangerine pitanga, Junin   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Giant Piray Jaboticaba (USD 15 e/o)    Plinia sp.   -5ºC
Black Guaporetí, Eldorado   Plinia rivularis    -5ºC
Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón, big fruits     Plinia sp.   -5ºC
Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado , new stock   Eugenia involucrata   -8ºC
Ubajay    Eugenia myrcianthes   -9ºC
Big red pitanga, Eldorado    Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC
Chañar (dry) -edible pulp and seed-   Geoffroea decorticans   -10ºC
Rare guamirím, Eldorado   Eugenia cf. florida   -7ºC
Sprouted Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón, big fruits    Plinia sp.   -5ºC

Name   Scientific name   hardiness

    Dry seeds:      
Araticú da praia, #7   Annona aff. parviflora   -6ºC
Super sweet Atemoya Misiones, 26º brix   Annona squamosa x cherimola   -3ºC
Tropical guava: full yellow (Amarela)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC
Tropical guava: white cream Camino Laguna (new)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC
Tropical guava: cuban yellow/pink (late season)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC
Tropical guava: Big Thailandese white, firm pulp (new)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC
Tropical guava: white mexican cream   Psidium guajava   -4ºC
Tropical guava: branca Brazil   Psidium guajava   -4ºC
Arazá serrano   Psidium longipetiolatum   -7ºC
Araçá-una   Psidium myrtoides   -3ºC
Red strawberry guava   Psidium cattleianum   -6ºC
Arazá grande, rare   Psidium robustum   -5ºC
Lemon guava   Psidium cattleianum   -6ºC
Arazá pera, 4cm fruits   Psidium sp.   -5ºC
Arazá-johvy   Psidium sp.   -6ºC
Araticú #4, rougher skin, Colonia Delicia   Annona sp.   -6ºC



























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Updated:

Many thanks to all the gardeners and enthusiasts who purchased the seeds of this rare Eugenia. It is not yet known what species it is. Next year we will try to get seeds again, both of this species and of so many other rare ones that are in the jungles. For now we have an interesting stock in other rare and tasty species.


Outdated:

The bush is 1.8m tall, the fruit is VERY tasty, like a mix of E. uniflora and E. involucrata. Unique, not even Helton Josué could ID it.

Special offer for sale now (marcospcmusica@gmail.com)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0














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40% OFF from MAY 19 to MAY 22!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0

   On stock at the USA, ready to send:
Eugenia hyemalis (rare)
Black ñangapiré
Arazape (new!) , very rare, grasslands
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava
Dark red pitanga, Oberá
Sete capotes, Precocious, Junin, wet
Black pitanga, Eldorado
Cross-berry
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2 (sprouted!)
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2
Big red tangerine pitanga, Junin
Giant Piray Jaboticaba (USD 15 e/o)
Black Guaporetí, Eldorado
Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón, big fruits 
Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado , new stock
Ubajay
Big red pitanga, Eldorado
Chañar (dry) -edible pulp and seed-
Jaboticaba Luján
Rare guamirím, Eldorado
Jaboticaba Corrientes (new)
Sprouted Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón, big fruits
Name
    Dry seeds:
Araticú da praia, #7
Super sweet Atemoya Misiones, 26º brix
Tropical guava: full yellow (Amarela)
Tropical guava: white cream Camino Laguna (new)
Tropical guava: cuban yellow/pink (late season)
Tropical guava: Big Thailandese white, firm pulp (new)
Tropical guava: white mexican cream
Tropical guava: branca Brazil
Arazá serrano
Araçá-una
Red strawberry guava
Arazá grande, rare
Lemon guava
Arazá pera, 4cm fruits
Arazá-johvy
Araticú #4, rougher skin, Colonia Delicia


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0



























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Tropical Fruit Discussion / VERY rare mirtaceae to ID
« on: May 17, 2022, 03:09:06 PM »












Similar to acerola, but not that spp. at all! it must be some Eugenia or Neomytranthes

What do you think? did you ever saw it?

The bush is not mine, 1.5m tall.

The collector said that  it tastes similar to COTRG mixed with pitanga and dragon fruit.

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Hello, is there a problem with PM? Some friend tried to send me PM but I didnt received it

Could you send me so we test it?

Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / 26º Brix atemoyas
« on: April 26, 2022, 12:57:36 PM »




In my country people just don't know about these fruits. I gave it to family and friends to try, they all went crazy. Maybe it's too sweet, it's true.

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Please see: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0

Just for this week!


40% off on orders over USD 150 for these species:

Ubajay
Cherry of the rio grande
Jaboticaba INTA #2
Guaporeti, Eldorado
Guabiju, Misiones (half in fridge)
Big red Eugenia uniflora, Eldorado
Giant Piray Jaboticaba (new, very special)
Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón, big fruits
Chañar (dry) -edible pulp and seed-



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Special 30% discount for these tasty species until friday 18 march 2022!

Ubajay
Jaboticaba de Luján
Guabiju, Misiones
Black Cherry of TRG
Guaporeti, Eldorado
Big red Eugenia uniflora, Eldorado
Giant Piray Jaboticaba (new, very special!)
Eugenia repanda (reservation, april)
















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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Special Weekend Sale!
« on: March 12, 2022, 11:12:08 AM »

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / 3 cambucás, 1.30m tall, what to do now?
« on: December 21, 2021, 08:19:30 AM »
What would be the best treatment for these newly arrived cambucás? I can give them rainwater, iron, some fertilizer ... They spent 7 days in the darkness of a box and now they will be in the shade for several weeks.

Summer is just beginning here and the sun is very strong. I am surprised that the substrate of the pots is so compacted, hard, and even so the plants look very healthy, strong: they must have a lot of fertilizer ...

The question is... with 1.30 meters high, when they get used to the sun I should give them: half shade, morning sun, or full sun already? Plinias here usually don't do well in full sun.

Wha do you think?
















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