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Is this custard apple ripe?

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Hi All,

These are our first fruit off this atemoya, could you advise if it is ripe enough to pick?
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Waterfall
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17th June 2017 4:20pm
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Mango Mike says...
Looks to me that it could be picked & left out on the table to get soft with touch..... This one looks like it is getting ripe as the fruit is starting to go slightly pale.....Could take up to 5 days to ripen fully.
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Waterfall says...
Thanks, I picked it last night, it was 462g.

Looking forward to tasting it. It is a paxton prolific.
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20th June 2017 11:23am
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allybanana says...
Nice one waterfall the first taste is always exiting. If you prune it I would love a few sticks to graft.
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