Dwarf Avocado - Pinkerton (A)

$74.00 ($59.00-$74.00 choose a size)

A rounded fruit with the later crop being more pear-shaped. The thick flesh has a smooth-texture, good flavour and high oil content. It shows some cold tolerance and bears consistently heavy crops. H June to August The fruit is medium sized with green leathery pliable skin and a small seed.

Loquat - Nagasakiwase

$40.95 ($40.95-$79.00 choose a size)

The best Japanese variety so far, it has deep orange flesh, high flesh/seed ratio and very sweet flavour. Earliest variety to ripen. Thinning fruit will enhance fruit size. The Nagasakiwase often has 2 crops a year in the subtropics. The first crop in April / May then again in August. We have found by cincturing in summer, the August crop has a much larger crop and better fruit size.

Olive - Manzanillo

$79.00 ($19.75-$79.00 choose a size)

Medium / large fruit (4.8g). High yields. Ripens early. Excellent pickling fruit, green or black. Fruit is of excellent taste and texture. Fruit should be processed before it is fully ripe to retain flesh firmness. Origin:Spain. Not recommended for oil, as oil extraction can be difficult. Suggested cross-pollinators are Frantoio, Picual, UC13 and Arbequina

Mango - Valencia Pride

$49.00

An excellent choice of mango and is believed by some to set the taste standard. The highly coloured fruit is large and beautiful. The fruit is longer than the bowen and has a thinner skin. It's vigorous and upright. Consistently productive. 450gms

Exclusion Net - 6m x 6m

$49.00

This strong net is ideal for covering most fruit trees and Veg Gardens. It is also called Bee netting, as it is used to exclude Bees from pollinating fruit trees that need to be kept Seedless. It will last years if stored after each seasons fruit protection. This net can easily be cut into smaller nets if desired. We can also cut to larger nets if desired. eg 24mtrs x 6mts. We highly recommended this for the exclusion of insects, birds and especially Fruit Fly. Fruit fly females are large being 8mm long and sting fruit to lay their eggs only a few weeks before ripening. They shouldn't be confused with the smaller 'vinegar fly' which only attacks overripe and fallen fruit and are very hard to exclude even with 2mm netting.
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