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Tropical Fruit Discussion / January mango!
« on: January 01, 2016, 06:57:23 PM »
The last of my icecream mango finally matured.  Never thought i would have mangos going into january.  I guess icecream mango is a very late mango for california!

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Alampur behavior in so cal
« on: September 12, 2015, 10:09:01 AM »
I have an alampur baneshan mango in so cal in a pot.  For some reason it kept continuous flowering and have been doing so since november of last year.  It finally set a fruitlet last month and i thought the flowering would be over.  I just found it flowering again today.  Is this normal behavior for alampur or is this a potential variety for mango to give more than one seasonal crop in so cal?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Coconut cream in california
« on: July 18, 2015, 12:21:39 AM »

My first coconut cream to ever ripen on my two year old in ground tree.  Will share it with the family tomorrow and review it.

Trying to consolidate my collection and will be getting rid of my 20th century asian pear.  Tree is about 6 ft tall in a 20 gallon pot.  Local pickup only.  Should bring truck or suv given size.  Sorry pot not included.  Need it for another plant.

I have a 25 gallon asian pear tree for sale.  10 dollars or best offer or trade.  Live in cerritos, close to la.  Sorry at this price it wont come in the pot that its currently in.

I am getting rid of it to make more room for mangos
Pm me if interested.


Tropical Fruit Discussion / germinating eugenia neonitida
« on: January 20, 2015, 11:14:02 PM »
Hi.  I got some eugenia neonitida (pitangatuba, starcherry) seeds.  Its been 14 days since I sown it.  Looks like some seeds are rooting out but I don't see any leafing yet.  How long does it take to germinate these seeds?

Got my first crop of valencia pride mangos and alphonso.  I have previous only had Irwin from the tree which must be tree ripen until it's soft.  My understanding is alphonso must be picked green and then ripen.  But how could u tell that is ready for picking since it will look green.  One of my VP mango fell and I took a picture of it.  It definitely was not ripe so would appreciate any help regarding when to pick this mango.

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