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Avocado rootstock seed

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Greg starts with ...
We are looking for a supplier of avocado rootstock seed. Preferable mother tree to be healthy old trees with large seeded fruit. Our usual price we pay for seed is $75/100 seed. Also interested in purchasing seed of other fruit trees if you think you have something we may be interested in.
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Greg
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M Nash says...
Ive got buckets of coffee, Probably K7, Definitely arabica. They are fruiting now.
This strain I have is rainforest grown and very high in caffeine. So strong that I have to blend it down with imported green beans when roasting it.
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22nd June 2010 3:43pm
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Rev says...
Ill let you know if i find anything of note.

So you say large seeded.
Is that why other nurseries use Reed?

Hows those Duke 7 coming along?
im still keen on an ungrafted tree to try out west..
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Brendan says...
Hi Greg,
I've had grafting success using avo seeds from Hass bought at the supermarket. They're cheap too :-)
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Greg says...
Thanks Rev and Brendan, Strong growing seedlings that have proven themselves is usually what we use as a rootstock. Reed has proven itself as a suitable rootstock, but have had no proven history for Hass seedlings. I have sourced a good supply for this year now, but if anyone knows of suitable rootstock trees that would be appreciated for future needs.
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