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Reservation: marcospcmusica gmail.com , 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.

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.:


















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The new season is starting right now, we will have news soon

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We are taking orders

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I will have them tomorrow

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We have some left

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We are ready to send

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Black ñangapiré (Eugenia repanda)
Out of stock: 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

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We have the last ones for these species:

Black ñangapiré (Eugenia repanda)
Cherry of the rio grande, (E. involucrata)
Ubajay  (E. myrcianthes)

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Seeds arrived today, thanks again marcos

Thanks for reporting


For all rainforest species: I would just plant them in a good moist soil and wait 20 to 90 days for them to sprout (64ºF to 86ºF, 18ºC to 30ºC), in the shade; no summer sun when small, good water if possible (rain, acid), or without chlorine; use acid soil with sphagnum moss or river peat with nice forest leaves or so, garden soil, something that drains well like perlite or vermiculite, some organic matter ... I would later add manure, not when I sow. Never let it dry.

For araticus, jaboticabas, eugenias, campomanesias, psidium, guaviyú, pacurí, bunchosia, etc. (rainforest species):
Be very careful with the direct sun in summer or when it is very hot, get accustomed to the shade and never lack water. They could take full sun when taller than 2 feet or 60cm or so, before that, use morning sun or half shade (not too hot from the afternoon heat). Psidium and Campomanesias would support more sun, but take care: if they dont like your soil and/or dont have enough watering, they will suffer with more sun. Bunchosia needs a lot of shade. As for the guabijú: they should not be drowned in water, and they sprout better if they are planted superficially, seeing some light.

As for annona seeds: try to scrape them off with sandpaper, then soak for 24-48 hours in warm water and then sow.

(For dry seeds: soak for two days before planting.)

Good luck and keep in touch!, I will be posting here for seeds:
https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=45276.0
And I will keep updating about my plants and fruits here:
https://www.facebook.com/marcos.guglielmetti

Thanks for your interest in native endangered species!

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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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Thanks for reporting! I still have some stock to offer!

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Hello! How long does shipping typically take to US buyers?

The seeds are already at the USA, so not too much.

For instance my partner sent today and the buyers will receive in 5 days or so

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We still have some good stock!

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Any rare tasty Pouteria’s out that way? :)

I could get P. campechiana but too expensive and not rare...

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Ok, very thanks, we will shipp by this week, cheers

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Good to know it! So we will move on, cheers

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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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Would love to get some of those ubajay seeds. 
Sent PM, but they’re mostly not going thru at first.


Weird, I didnt received your PM, just mail me at marcospcmusica gmail.com, thanks

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Need to sell them all at once?  Willing to do half?

We can do it

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Hello, I will get them, just get in touch

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We will be shipping by monday

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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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Hybrid arazá, very rare, hardy and tasty!
















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Rare and very rare:

30 Sprouted Guaporetí (Plinia rivularis), rare, USD 85
30 Sprouted Eugenia repanda, rare x last 30: USD 90
20 hybrid arazá, Rare P . guineense x P. grandifolium,  USD 42 (the very last ones!)
20 arazape very rare ,  USD 60 (the very last ones!)

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