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Tropical Fruit Discussion / lychee chlorosis?
« on: December 27, 2014, 06:31:54 PM »
I have seen some of my lychee trees exhibit some leaves which looks like either chlorosis or simple sunburn. The leaves are predominantly on limbs that have been girdled and mostly on the side of the tree getting the most direct sunlight at this time of year.
                              100_2605 by kanku123, on Flickr                              
The trees all looked perfect until late november just about when flowering was expected. I was wondering if a late micronutrient spray would help this situation. Of course there are little to no flower buds on these areas.
                              100_2605 by kanku123, on Flickr                              

I must say that I have had this much worse in the past and this year it is actually at a manageable level, but I'm already planning for next year. :) Any thoughts?

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / pictures of part of my first "big" abiu crop
« on: November 01, 2014, 10:31:14 PM »
Well big for me anyway, as the most I had gotten in all the previous years was 2. This time I am just stoked to have almost 50 fruits for the season, almost all of them between 9 and 12 ounces, with one getting to a full pound.









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Tropical Fruit Discussion / early lychees in Jamaica
« on: April 26, 2013, 02:56:27 PM »
Hello all. Well its been over a decade since we have had lychees this early where we are.

If only they could all be this large.



The rest of crop seems over 3 weeks behind

bagging

bird damage

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Just a few photos of whats developing here in the hills of Jamaica, I will add more later.



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SAM_0653 by kanku123,

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SAM_0655 by kanku123,


on Flickr]
Top photo Biew Kiew longan with diamond river in the background
bottom photo pond apple[
SAM_0651 by kanku123, on Flickr     Young m-1 anonnas
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gefner 2012 by kanku123, on Flickr]
immature gefner atemoyas


SAM_0657 by kanku123, on Flickr

baby rollinia

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SAM_0663 by kanku123, on Flickr]

santol with ants

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SAM_0665 by kanku123, on Flickr]

ripe canistel (fruit was just beginning to crack at the stem before falling

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / airlayering longan
« on: May 25, 2012, 11:48:08 AM »
When air layering longan there frequently is a problem with the layer healing over before roots start to form. Does anyone have their own technique to minimize this occurrence? I have tried in the past making an extra long cut or even leaving some of the wound to the air but nothing improves my percentage of takes to any noticeable degree.
thanks
Ronald

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