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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: August 2012 Video Yard Tour pj1881
« on: August 13, 2012, 08:21:02 AM »
It's a good vidéo
and your garden It's very nice ,green and wooded.  :);)8)

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Coconut Cream - 4 months of growth
« on: August 09, 2012, 02:03:08 PM »
hi all, :)
Mr. Clean, your CC mango, has wings, you give him amphetamines?  :o;D.
  the Truth, he's wonderful, really beautiful. ::)

hi all, :D
I'm looking budwood Mango tree, anyone can help me? :)
thank you.

hi all, :)
this is a phenomenon that occurs rarely in nature,for me  I think this is the first?
I've seen on other species of polyembryonic seeds,organic, multiply 6 at 7 , no more.
I think! :D

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: 5lb Lancetilla Mango
« on: July 31, 2012, 04:25:30 AM »
hi all,
WAHOO, I never view ,  a big lancetilla mango  like this.
she deserves still a medal?
it is really beautiful.

hi harry, :)
ok harry ,I understand and
I thank you, for everything for made for the people of forum  .
you and others forum menbers, which is invested for helping others  menbers to looking for solution,here is my simpathy. :D

hi all,
someone can do something for me? :-[
thank you,friends.

Hi all, Hi tropicdude, ;D

Thank you for the information and guidance.
I already all contacted , it does not have the varieties I want.
For one of gomera canarius. Com or, very good quality also, this is a very good idea, mango tree  in the House  in 72H or 96H Maximum (Express), I still  looking the budwood? :-[
So I continue to looking.
If someone can help me, I will gladly listen. ;) ;D

Thank you all, Saludo tropicdude. ;D

hi carlos, :):
I like your video,good information.
You have great avocado tree varieties and very good knowledge .

hi carlos, ;D
I love your video and explanations you give.
this is clear and clean. :)

hi all  ;D,

carlos thank you for your message.
my list would be, if possible and what is available  :-[: pickering or CC or LZ or pina colada  and avocado miguel or simmonds or bacon .

thank you for everyone's help  :).

ola felipe,
gracias por tu respuesta. I know, I bought it one month ago, the nam doc mai tree.
I am looking for other varieties scion mango tree of florida.
it is very difficult to find someone willing to send them.
I do not know, I do not understand why.
thank you.

hello all, :)
Can anyone answer me?
Thank you. :D

hi all, :)
I research pickering mango tree seeds  or scion, for me. :D 8)
where to get scion wood?

send me a pm please.

Thank you for your kindness.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Mango Luau video
« on: May 03, 2012, 06:45:21 AM »
nice video and very good mango! :P ;D :D :D

I did not think that there was a large variety on the madeira island .

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Brazillian Mangoes
« on: April 14, 2012, 05:54:14 PM »
very nice picture good research  steven (maravilha)

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: coconut cream Mango
« on: April 14, 2012, 04:16:36 PM »
your coconut cream breathes well being, he is well placed.
beautiful leaf, red, red, green, very well.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Mango Malformation Disease!
« on: April 13, 2012, 09:16:34 AM »
this link can, you be helpful:

you will replace or Grafted again?
Because You can Grafted again, is not dead! ???

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Cogshall Mango in fruit
« on: April 12, 2012, 04:54:46 PM »
nice mango tree ::) ;D :D :P :D

hi,: D
what is the season for the tip?
Before or After flowering flowering?
Leila Told Me That It Was in September,no?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: How to Root Sugar Cane Cuttings?
« on: April 11, 2012, 04:09:16 AM »
I like your success growing sugarcane in pots. :)

Tipping increases leaf surface area and 'calms' the tree down. So, no, in the long run has the opposite effect. You did cut it back a ways, and it is spring, so the natural reaction will be for it to sprout. But it would have sprouted anyway. In the future you may want to simply tip the top 1/2 inch. Also, you will want to do it for every new growth spurt.

But, this does raise an interesting topic -- simply chopping back a tree doesn't necessarily keep it small nor is it conducive to fruiting. After you severely prune a big mango tree, its natural reaction will be to grow like a race horse. You need to 'calm' the tree down by increasing leaf surface area and selectively removing larger limbs (storehouses of energy). But, there is a fine line where if you remove too much, the tree will react by growing very aggressively and not fruiting for a season or two. You can mitigate this somewhat by tipping every new growth spurt.
hi, :D
he is right, it would have simply tip the top 1/2 inches, so that it becomes round.
you cut 2 years.

Thanks murahilin, this is what I heard too...still, he sells the cheapest mahachanoks I can find, otherwise I'll have to pay 260$ for a mahachanok from plantogram... Does anybody know other sources of mahchanoks?
I have the same problem as samuelforest, I live in France and shipping costs are very expensive (240 U.S. dollars for a mango tree), in plantogram.

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