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Blackgold jakfruit

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Hi
Would anyone here have a Blackgold grafted jakfruit tree for sale or knows where I can get one.
Daleys have discontinued the variety as it can't get graft wood to graft.
Also scion wood if anyone could spare some if you have a tree
Thanks in advance

Regards
Roger.Forestville NSW
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19th January 2019 6:02pm
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Caleb (Staff) says...
Hey Blackgold,

Thanks for your interest. I would like to second this post. We love our Jackfruit here, so if anyone has varieties we don't stock, I can promise any propagation material you are willing to part with will be well looked after.

Thanks,
- Caleb from Daley's Fruit Tree Nursery.
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Mike Tr says...
I have amber and J33 and they seem like a step up from the gold series and many of the older types in Australia.The better types like Bangkok lemon, Timor red,berry and others keep emerging from the shadows in the north.
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Blackgold says...
Hi Caleb
Thanks for the support.
Can't believe no one has any info on this variety and it's from Queensland.
By the way what sort of rootstock do you guys use for your jaks?
Are they just seedlings grown or is there a specific variety more suited as rootstock.

Thanks in Advance
Roger
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Stevo2 says...
I have Amber , J33 , Rajhan and Berry seedlings currently available
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26th January 2019 9:21pm
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Danny333 says...
Hi Blackgold,

Blackgold jackfruit trees are available in Perth, Tass1 trees sell them. It might be worth contacting them to see if they can send them interstate. Daleys might also be able to source budwood from them for grafting. I’ve also seen them available at other nurseries and the Canningvale markets.
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