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Messages - Jabba The Hutt

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Someday your gunna show up to a "fruit meet up" and its gunna be rehab for your jabo addiction 😂😂😂😂.

Want to be my sponsor Ognin? For every game the Bills lose I'm going to buy a variegated Jaboticaba...Help me....HELP!!! :P

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Looking to buy Paw Paw fruit!
« on: September 21, 2023, 08:49:26 PM »
If anybody can ship Paw Paw fruit please let me know, I am willing to buy!

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Freeze this thread!!!!!

Not until we all read this National Science Foundation funded paper that is of utmost importance to all of us!

https://reason.com/2016/03/07/this-university-of-oregon-study-on-femin/

The idiotic notions that emanate from the Loony Left are absolutely boundless.

Here's another: https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20220125-why-climate-change-is-inherently-racist

We can call it the BBCeeJay theory. Climate change and racism fueling stronger storms. I wonder if they've ever heard of the 1935 Labor Day hurricane, the strongest documented storm to ever hit Florida. Maybe Climate change was just ramping up in 1935 but racism was at its all-time high and this produced the strongest storm. Then Climate change died down for a bit, the Civil rights movement began, and the hurricane powers that be gave us a break until "the past 30 years or so" bro.

Nailed itÖ everything is racist again now so therefore we are going to incur the wrath of the stronger storms. A simple graph should easily illustrate the racism vs storm intensity plots showing this simple yet unwavering truth!

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: I picked my first Rollinia today
« on: April 27, 2023, 07:05:06 AM »
When I was at Lara Farms last year somehow rollinia (and its mixed reviews) came up when I was talking to the owner, and he said "It's great if you like mucus!"

I couldn't tell how serious he was being.  I guess I will see soon enough, hopefully I will get a fruit set this year on mine.
One of my favorite fruits, mucus and all!!

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: I picked my first Rollinia today
« on: April 26, 2023, 06:02:36 PM »
lemon merengue pie with annona flavor-

There is a reason it is called Rollinia/annona deliciosa

Hey! That's Annona Mucosa to you pal ;D

XD hahaha much less appetizing Jabba

Haha definitely two polar opposites...might as well have named it Annona Disgusting :P

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: I picked my first Rollinia today
« on: April 26, 2023, 07:02:12 AM »
Well, I'm sorry to say my GF was underwhelmed by the flavor mostly because it left a banana peel type astringent film on the tongue. I ate the majority of the two fruits and while I'd not consider it a "top tier" fruit to rival the best mango I found it more refreshing and complex than mango. I look forward to the next crop.

Question? does anyone know if the seeds are viable after being refrigerated?

Hmm, last time I refrigerated one it killed the flavor and texture...maybe this was your problem?

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: I picked my first Rollinia today
« on: April 26, 2023, 06:59:28 AM »
lemon merengue pie with annona flavor-

There is a reason it is called Rollinia/annona deliciosa

Hey! That's Annona Mucosa to you pal ;D

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Who doesn't like a mouthful of protein mixed with their catpiss?

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Help identifying a fruit
« on: April 26, 2023, 06:47:44 AM »
Need help identifying this fruit for a friend. Took 15 years to fruit from a seed.  It has a light sour taste to it like lemon.

Any help is appreciated.







Gamboge! Aka Yellow Mangosteen (Garcinia Xanthochymus)

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Pastor Adam hiding out behind the internet in Alabama , where'd he learn to thief so?
what a fraud.
people's "reasons" are sometimes "excuses" which can be complete lies and deception, pure manipulation. Over some stupid money. straight phukery.

His public gambling accounts dont make any of it look better, lol.
Although I will say they haven't been updated in a few years. Why gamble when you can just take.

I see what's happened here...clearly he didn't use enough Virex II on his scions and ended up catching COVID from Loquats,  ::) Not to mention the whisperings of the Hendon Mob lopping off his hands so he can no longer graft!

I just came here to complain about not receiving my loquat fanny pack yet :'( OH, the injustice!!!!

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Thanks guys, lots of places to potentially get scions :D

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Or 10 thousands of seeds from the hardiest of avocadoes of all times (Joey, Fantastic, Lila etc.. )

Can we go down another half a zone maybe to reach Zone 7b, or a solid Zone 8a plant with natural selection and 7-10 years?
Is anyone doing this already?

If you plant 10 of thousands of seed it will show results in 10 years or less .With that many seed you will skip the decades!!

High oil content please!!! The guacamole is supposed to be thicker than salsa not more watery. Also why stop at 7b? Make sure you breed for cold hardiness down to zone 6b...

These are the needs of the people and definitely not my own selfish desires :P

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I'm not as up to date on all this plinia so forgive my ignorance.
Is being cauliforus a description of this genus?
Are species like edulis and rivularis three exception?

Edulis definitely grows from the wood not the tips.

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Due to the peeling nature of the bark I think it would be very challenging.

I've seen people that have done approach grafts so it got me thinking... I wouldn't attempt a t-bud I guess, maybe a patch budding.

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Obviously most people want to graft fruiting Scion wood since plinia are cauliflorous and they hope to knock as much time off fruiting as possible, but has anybody ever successfully chip budded a plinia?

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Jabba,

If youre not already in the FB groups "North American Fruit Explorers - NAFEX" and "North American Scion Exchange", I suggest joining. Theres tons of posts throughout the week but not long ago saw some red-fleshed scions for sale, as well as other rare and misc. varities. Probably plenty more groups to joing from there. Best of luck.

Thanks for the reminder about that group, lots of people with good varieties! Going to have to offer some scions here once we get going.

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Temperate Fruit Buy, Sell, & Trade / ISO Albert Etter Apple Scions!!
« on: March 14, 2023, 04:12:31 PM »
Looking for any Albert Etter varieties and also any Red Flesh or rarer variety of apples!

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Woohooo, Lance is back on TFF!
Glad you were able to take a much a needed break/vacation.

While many parts of the country are still under freeze warning, it's already feeling like late spring in our neck of the wood.
Our spring tends to be shorter than some other places; Next thing you know, summer will be just around the corner.

For all you New Yorkers and Michigan folks who are complaining about freezing weather, please help bring some of that cold down here (just a little bit now, not too much lol)...Our lettuce, cabbage, and arugula are already beginning to bolt and the pea plants are not liking this warmth. I'm already missing the cool season greens. We need more cool fronts! Okay, I'm done with my ranting for now. :D

Have it all, you ***** :P

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Illegal or Not?? Mango Scions
« on: March 04, 2023, 08:41:45 AM »
I'm confused -- I thought you could plant seeds of Coconut Cream? Because it's polyembryonic, you're not necessarily creating a clone in the way grafting a scion would? Help clarify for a Coconut Cream seed planter!



25 to Life :P

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: etxra edible jackfruit?
« on: March 01, 2023, 09:31:47 AM »
Yes, have heard of some jackfruits having edible "rag". I don't really care to munch on latex though.

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I had gotten a nice one from HawaiianTropicalPlants a couple years ago, https://www.store.hawaiiantropicalplants.com/Garcinia-gummi-gutta-Gamboge-4x4x10inch-tree-pot-1638.htm

it was fairly large size and healthy.   Seems they still carry them but it says "back ordered", you could try emailing the seller he should be responsive. 

Can I ask what the attraction of gamboge is, though?  I ordered it when I was initially collecting all the garcinias I could find and didn't read up much on it, seems like it isn't really for fresh eating, maybe cooking/medicine
Sorry for the mix up was refering to gamboge garcinia xanthochymus.
It's going to be used as rootstock. The fruit doesn't taste too good. Way too sour. I hear it's used in curries and stuff not for eating out of hand.
I actually enjoy Xanthochymus out of hand :o

I agree- itís super sour, but pretty tasty.  Eaten ripe itís kinda like the flavor of a super sour green mango to me, but the texture of a ripe mango.

Great texture, taste to me is like a lemon warhead candy, makes you pucker but has enough sweetness to satisfy

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I had gotten a nice one from HawaiianTropicalPlants a couple years ago, https://www.store.hawaiiantropicalplants.com/Garcinia-gummi-gutta-Gamboge-4x4x10inch-tree-pot-1638.htm

it was fairly large size and healthy.   Seems they still carry them but it says "back ordered", you could try emailing the seller he should be responsive. 

Can I ask what the attraction of gamboge is, though?  I ordered it when I was initially collecting all the garcinias I could find and didn't read up much on it, seems like it isn't really for fresh eating, maybe cooking/medicine
Sorry for the mix up was refering to gamboge garcinia xanthochymus.
It's going to be used as rootstock. The fruit doesn't taste too good. Way too sour. I hear it's used in curries and stuff not for eating out of hand.
I actually enjoy Xanthochymus out of hand :o

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: 1000th Post Giveaway!
« on: February 01, 2023, 10:06:59 AM »
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