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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: extreme breadfruit
« on: February 26, 2021, 09:14:46 PM »
I am aware of 2 fruiting trees in Mackay Queensland. I am 40 km south of there at 21.4 degrees south and have a tree which is about 3m high. It gets no special attention. I usually get 4 to 5 frosts a year which really slows it up. I am not aware of any further south than here.

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My apologies  Mike.  I spent the afternoon with Tibby and confirmed the names and spellings. The 2 seedless varieties are Suelinsan and Sansuelin. Combination of his daughters names.  Picked a few Suelinsan today. that would have been 50 grams. On another note did you get your male Russell Sweet to grow.  I'm still looking.

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I'm guessing that they miss quoted him as I checked with Tibby last week and the names he gave were the 2 I put in the post and that is what he has told me over the last 10 years or so.  I will check with him over the next couple of days and update.

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7 years

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Very similar. Look the same and taste the same. Might be luck of the draw. Should have other seedling plants fruit in the next 12 months.

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Sorrh that should have read little if any difference between the Erdon Lee and it's seedlinv.  Seedling is now called Lee

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Have just finished picking my Erdon Lee and seedless Sanlinsue. The 2 seedless varieties in Australia are Sanlinsue and Suelinsan. The names are derivatives of the growers daughters names.  He is a friend and neighbour. The name Sansuelin is not a variety. Of note have also picked fruit from a seedling of Erdon Lee the last couple of years.  The tree is about 7-8 years old. Very difference if any in size or taste from the parent Erdon Lee.

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