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Kali perchlorat1 starts with ...
Hi everyone !
My family have more 200 avocado trees . About 1 year ago and now that we are gather fruit that have a big problem ... the fruit is rotten head end , it's really affective to my family's profit , my customers was angry and not pleasantly ...We are trying to fix and recovery but some information on web is not clear and do not told about recovery the fruit , cuz my avocado's gen is really rare , I'm living in Việt nam .its so hard to solving this problem... please ! Share to me what should I do now because the next 2 months that my gathering is coming soon . My email : toanvq@hte.vn
Thank so much .
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Kali perchlorat1
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24th May 2017 1:51am
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Mango Mike says...
What variety are your 2oo trees ????
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Mango Mike
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15th June 2017 9:06pm
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avocado KC says...
Sorry for RIP English :( ..I dont undestand what your mean .
Im researching everyday and I know that my fruit get fungi , so Im using alcohol for treament I meant I put some antiseptic over fruits after harvest - im flowing it
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16th June 2017 8:21pm
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Mike Tr says...
End rot can be caused by a number of fungal agent that infect the fruit. Tree pruning, treatment with the right fungicides at the correct stages of development, getting rid of infected fruit and limbs, ensuring the key nutrients like Ca and P are not deficient, checking soil acidity and post harvest treatment are all options for addressing the problem.You can google these.
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