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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WTB guava rootstocks.
« on: March 23, 2023, 09:56:49 AM »
Looking to buy guava rootstock, ideally 10 guava seedlings in 1 gallon containers with pencil size diameter trunk girth, I can drive to meet for pick up from palm city south to homestead. Please DM me with price/availability.

Thanks,

Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Giant mulchi to plinia graft compatibility
« on: February 26, 2023, 11:49:07 PM »
Just curious if anyone has had success or tried grafting giant mulchi to other plinia/jaboticabas?

Thanks,

Joe

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Selling scions 5$ each with 6 scion minimum and 10$ shipping. Sale ends Saturday 3/4 at 5:30pm all orders will be shipped out on 3/6 with tracking number provided. First come first served via direct message time stamp while scions last.

Trees were defoliated to stimulate bud formation, scions will be cut and wrapped in parafilm. Scions will be pencil to 1/2 in thickness and 6in long. 

Happy to answer any questions,

-Joe

Fernandez

Fernandez


Painter



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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Grafting wax jambu help
« on: November 24, 2022, 07:59:11 AM »
I have a rare seedling wax jambu that I want to clone as Iím somewhat worried it could die unexpectedly, and I want to hedge that risk. Itís about two feet tall and growing as a single leader not branching. Iím thinking I could tip prune it to induce branching and then graft the cutting. So then the question:

Does anyone have experience grafting wax jambu and what methods did you employ?


Thanks,

Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Salak first flowers, palm city FL
« on: November 10, 2022, 10:06:41 AM »
Went out today to assess yard post storm Nicole, noticed one of my salaks is flowering. Seems of all the things this took a beating as the long fronds catch the wind while shallow weak rootsÖ if planting out where high winds are a concern place in protected area 👍

Wondering if these are male or female flowers or still too soon to tell?






Hereís a great link on different types: https://www.thesnakefruit.com/blog/snake-fruit/what-is-salak-bali/

Originally bought these seeds from Han sun as ďhoney salakĒ and have a few growing out in my yard now, hoping to try this fruit someday and todays news reignites the hope!





-joe

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Hey Forum,

I'm going to bring a couple rare "Painter" hybrid annonas to the treasure coast rare fruit club meeting tomorrow for the auction table. Bidding will start at 10$ each. They are in 1 gallon pots.

Here's how to get there https://treasurecoastrarefruitclub.wordpress.com/meetings/ its in port st Lucie and starts at 7:00pm

Thanks

-Joe

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Really curious to try this, as I enjoy dried figs and dates in my morning oatmeal and on their own which I hear itís similar?

If anyone is selling please reach out.

Thanks
Joe

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Currently I use a silver sharpie marker to write/identity what is planted in my black plant pots. It has worked well in the past, though recently Iím having an issue where Iíll buy multiple packs of silver sharpie markers and they seem to be defective/dried out/the flow of ink isnít constant. 

So looking to see if anyone can recommend a better permanent marker brand? My favorite means of identifying the plants is permanent silver/white lettering on the black pots. Iím open to new ideas also.

Thanks,
-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Help ID this plant, a tropical edible tuber?
« on: September 25, 2022, 05:45:13 PM »
Hey Forum,

I was visiting a friend recently and remarked on the leaves of a plant Iíd never seen before and he gave me an off shoot of what he described as ďI donít know what the hell itís called but it produces a giant edible potatoe and here grow one too.Ē







Can anyone ID this?

Thanks,
Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Cherimoya in FL anecdote
« on: September 24, 2022, 07:52:26 AM »
Earlier this year I pollinated my el bumpo with Lisa atemoya pollen and got two flowers to set. Last week the fruit fell off prematurely. Pictured is two small el bumpos left and center next to a small geffner. Both el bumpos softened up and the larger one was edible and nice tasting, no grit with a almost bubble gum flavor. The seeds look viable and Iím excited to plant these out and see what comes of these hybrid cherimoya x atemoya seeds.

-joe










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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / ****Mango Scions Sale****
« on: July 11, 2022, 10:22:29 PM »
Hey Forum,

Going to be selling some mango scions if anyone is interested. Here are the terms: Sale is open now and closes midnight Friday 7/15/22, first come first served while supplies last, all scions are 6$ ea with minimum order of 5 scions plus 10$ USPS priority small box shipping. Example minimum order is 40$ shipped. All scions will range in size from 1-2 "pencil" size girth and 6 in length, they will be wrapped in parafilm (optional unwrapped if wrapping in buddy tape yourself) and separated into individually labeled ziplock bags. All orders will be shipped out Monday 7/18/2022 which should reach you by Friday that week. Tracking numbers will be sent out individually via DM. Payment is accepted via PayPal friends and family.

Scions available:

Sweet Tart (limited)
Orange Sherbet (limited)
Lemon Zest
Super Julie
Prete

The "Prete" mango, is my seedling Ivory mango which I have written about on 7/27/2021 on this thread scroll to last page https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=6398.875

Below are two pictures of Prete next to Super Julie.







Prete is my last name and translates to priest in Italian, where the name comes from.

Thanks for reading,

-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Are there any fruit hunters in Haiti?
« on: July 03, 2022, 09:16:51 PM »
As the title says, are there any fruit hunters or seed sellers based in Haiti? If so please respond or DM me.

Thanks,
-Joe

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Hey Forum,

Wanted to put this out there and see what others may be experiencing, but for two seasons now Iíve been trying to cross Ďpainterí fka Ďcherilataí with other annonas in my collection and Iíve come up completely empty handed when itís used as pollen parent. Iíve tried painter x sugar apple, painter x geffner, painter x el bumpo, painter x dream and nothing sticks when used as pollen. Iíve found painter is receptive to sugar apple pollen and Iíve gotten a few fruits to set as female parent. Has any one else tried these crosses and achieved fruit set as pollen parent?

This is an observation, but it sent me down a rabbit hole and I came across this article : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6378316/#!po=0.925926

Evidently, sometimes Annona hybrids can be naturally occurring Triploid or Tetraploid variants which can have an effect on their ability to reproduce. In this paper it is mentioned that:







So Iím curious if itís possible that ĎPainterí may be a triploid hybrid which would explain why none of the pollen is working 🤷‍♂️ I guess to confirm this would require a flow cytometer to karyotype a leaf sample 🤔.

-Joe

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Hey Forum,

Iím looking for seeds or bud wood of annona acutiflora. I know this is a rare one but willing to trade for other rare annonas or purchase seeds or budwood. Sulcata grove had one at one point but theirs unfortunately died recently. I did purchase seeds from them of this previously but mine did not germinate and it was before I got better at germinating annonas.

Any leads on this is appreciated!

Thanks,

Joe

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Hey guys,

Has anyone tried grafting matoa onto longan or any other rootstock?

Cant find any info on this, if itís compatible or not.

Thanks,

-Joe

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As the title says, looking to buy or trade for some small sapodilla starts or rootstock. Ideally Iím looking for 10-15 plants in 1 gallon or smaller close to pencil size thickness. I can purchase or trade, to trade I have available recently grafted painter, dream, geffner atemoyas a grumichama a ďblue grapeĒ jabo , some small cambucas in 1 gallon.

Willing to drive or meet between ft pierce to ft lauderdale.

Dm me if interested and we can work something out.

Thanks,

-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Ice Cream Mango acting weird
« on: February 20, 2022, 05:36:14 PM »









About half the fruit forming on the tree has blush on it, Iíve never seen ice cream mangos with blush could this be some metaxenic effect maybe?

Then hereís a panicle that grew leaves at the end and is flushing again off the tip of the panicle 🤷‍♂️😂

-joe

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Chewy Easy Peel Sugar Apple





Geffner





Painter







Fernandez

Selling scions 5$ each 6 scion minimum with 10$ shipping. Sale ends Thursday 2/24 at 5:30pm all orders will be shipped out on 2/25 with tracking number provided. First come first served via direct message time stamp while scions last.

Annonas were defoliated today to stimulate bud formation to provide you with better grafting success, they will be cut and wrapped in buddy tape Thursday night before shipping. Scions will be 5-20mm in thickness and 6in long. 

Happy to answer any questions,

-Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Lychee erinose mite question
« on: January 14, 2022, 05:10:28 PM »
Why does this mite only effect lychee? Iím suprised longan and other plants arenít effected 🤷‍♂️

Think itís important to understand the pests preference for lychee to understand how to possibly treat it.

-joe

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Going to eat these avocados in next day or so, if anyone wants the seeds Iíll send them to you for 20$ , available to US residents only. DM me if interested.

Thanks,
-joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Fruit from my yard.
« on: November 17, 2021, 09:38:23 PM »
Hereís a seedling papaya of waimanolo x-77. I have two of these trees growing now and I think itís interesting to note that my fruits are more melon shaped than the x-77 solo ďpearĒ shape images Iíve seen online. Also my trees arenít dwarf like x-77 is said to be. Iíve nicknamed it ďtree cantaloupeĒ because the flesh is firmer than average papaya, like a cantaloupe , and the flavor is like a mild mango meets passion fruit sans tartness. I was also growing the sunrise solo papaya but Iíve since culled them because I prefer the x-77 seedlings.












-joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Nice Read on the Johnny Appleseed of Jackfruit
« on: November 03, 2021, 11:14:01 AM »
By Hey Forum,

Came across this article and thought it was pretty interesting https://modernfarmer.com/2021/11/jackfruit-diversity-jackfruit-jayan-india/

Also there is a statement in the article that grafted jackfruits donít live as long as seedlings, has anyone else seen this to be true?

Thanks,

Joe

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Help with plant id
« on: October 30, 2021, 12:32:24 PM »
Hey guys,

Silly question but a while back I planted out some tamarind seeds, and Royal poinciana seeds and lost track of the pots in this section of my yard for a bit. So wondering if this is a tamarind, weed, or Royal poincianna?

Thanks,

-Joe








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