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Custard apple

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gordonh starts with ...
Planted this custard Apple November '14.Now main body 2 mtrs height.Have picked off many small set fruit altready to give the tree better growth.Will allow some fruit to set this coming summer.
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gordonh
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2nd March 2016 5:57pm
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Markmelb says...
I leave fruit on as the plant usually decides what it will hold - Annonas usually wont hold fruit till branches are thick and strong enough not to bend from the weight and if you get one or two fruit it keeps you interested.
I have an emperor mandarin on tri rootstock and they taste dry and awful - wherea a pipsqueek on FG is really nice.
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