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Thank you Adam, sent them a message.

Think I found a source for small trees, hoping I can find something larger.

I tried messaging and was told that I need to be growing commercial to have any access to the trees.

What source do you have for the small trees? I'm looking to find one as well.

Might order some trees from overseas, and would need to sell a few if so. Hoping can find other options, but let me know if you would be interested in buying a tree. Would help my decision if there is interest, especially locally here in SoFL.

How much do you think the trees would be?

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Thank you Adam, sent them a message.

Think I found a source for small trees, hoping I can find something larger.

I tried messaging and was told that I need to be growing commercial to have any access to the trees.

What source do you have for the small trees? I'm looking to find one as well.

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Probably the top pomegranate variety to grow in most climates. Handles coastal climates, handles inland, stays a manageable size, makes lots of big red, soft-seeded fruits. An absolute winner.

Tree is $30






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This thread is amusing. If you cannot kill a rat that has invaded your property and fruit trees then you are pathetic. Drown it shoot it whatever. Perhaps you are too much vegan or vegetarian.

Do not release. Do them in.

Nah. Dont drown it. It's immoral and illegal.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Ugly Betty mango yay or nay?
« on: March 07, 2021, 02:42:30 PM »
Anyone know how ugly betty does in Southern California?

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I catch and release them.
In fact i even released otther people rats from traps without them knowing.

That's horrible....
Drowning them or pellet gun works fine.

I think drowning animals is pretty horrible

I think ravaging bird-eating vermin is worse

What is bird-eating vermin?

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I catch and release them.
In fact i even released otther people rats from traps without them knowing.

That's horrible....
Drowning them or pellet gun works fine.

I think drowning animals is pretty horrible

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Grown from seed. All pictured trees are in 5 gallon containers.




Novak Cauliflora $80



Red Jaboticaba $80



Grimal $120



Otto Andersenís Branca-Vinho (P. phitrantha) 80



Novak Cauliflora $65

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2 year old plants grown from seed in San Diego



Luc's #1 $40



Luc's #2 $40



Garcinia Intermedia $20



Garcinia Brasiliensis $20

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I have 2 Sprouted Orange Essence mango seedlings for sale. $20 each




#1



#2

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How many are you looking for?

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Luc's garcinia scions
« on: February 28, 2021, 12:59:48 AM »
Nice offering and big lucs tree

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: E4 Abiu the best for taste
« on: February 26, 2021, 12:51:55 AM »
How can we get these scions in the us?

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Just received my order from this vendor. I ordered about three pounds and received about 15 golf ball sized fruits. Is this normal for this late in the season? It was my first time ordering cherimoya online and from this vendor.

Unless described, I would not be happy with golf ball sized fruit.

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I have an ice cream bean tree I could give you scions of, but I dont know the species. It's from exotica

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**Mamey Seedling Price reduced

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Price Reduction for 5 Gallon Grafted McBeth Loquat from $70 to $50

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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Can you graft cherry on peach?
« on: February 12, 2021, 02:01:14 AM »
Does cherry graft onto peach rootstock? What about a nectaplum?

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Selling Lucs Garcinia
« on: February 11, 2021, 02:25:37 PM »
I'm up for a trade for 1 or 2 of them.

Sounds good I texted u

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I'm selling these for $75 each. Was grafted last summer


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Help with Red-Hybrid Jaboticaba Seedling
« on: February 10, 2021, 03:06:09 PM »
Thanks for you input OCchris!


Bonsai Beast,

Sunshine mix has "canadian sphagnum peat moss, coarse perlite, starter nutrient charge (with gypsum), dolomitic limestone and long-lasting wetting agent".

Also, I haven't used any fertilizer on the jabo as I fear I may ruin it, due to the fact I am unsure as to how much is too much fertilizer for a seedling this size.

I'll look into osomcote plus. How much should I apply if I go this route?

The limestone being added to that soil mix is raising the ph which is not ideal for jabo. They add limestone because most plants don't want as low of a ph as jabos.

As for osmocote, at that size, I'd just barely sprinkle in a 1/4 scoop on top of the soil. Keep in mind osmocotr is slow release so it went burn the young plant as easily

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Help with Red-Hybrid Jaboticaba Seedling
« on: February 10, 2021, 12:24:08 AM »
You have nothing to worry about.

It's funny, I actually get a bit of nostalgia looking at that picture thinking back to my first red jabo. It was about that size and had that exact look of significant leaf burn. It's doing fine now, I think it outgrows that issue as the root system gets stronger and is more able to pull nutrient from the soil.

Is sunshine mix just peat moss or does it have something coarse to aerate, something like perlite? And do you have fertilizer? I like osmocote plus. It has most nutrient minors and has sulfur for acidity. 

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Ice Cream Bean Seedling
« on: February 09, 2021, 11:24:42 PM »
I have 2-3

$25 each



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