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JAck fruit problem

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Gigi Warne starts with ...
I have been trying to grow jack fruit and I have lost already 3. The last one is going. Can anyone please tell me if there is a special requirement? Is there anything that I am doing wrong?
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pegi
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22nd June 2007 8:32am
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Kath says...
Susanna Lyle says in her book - Discovering Fruit and Nuts
"Trees grow best in fertile, organic-matter rich, deep, loose soil. Trees need regular moisture, though they need less during colder weather. established tree can withstand short periods of drought. Although they like moisture, they need their soil to be free draining: tree succumb rapidly to any waterlogging. Although trees can grow in poorer soils, they grow best with a good nutrient supply and regular applications of a balanced, complete fertilizer will be appreciated.
Trees can handle down to 0 degrees once established but young trees need extra protection from the cold."
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25th June 2007 2:57pm
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Gigi says...
Many thanks for the reply Kath. I will get the book that you mentioned. I have bought a 5th tree and I shall wait till the weather is a little warmer to plant it. this time it is a DALEY"S one. MAy be I will be more lucky.
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29th June 2007 1:52pm
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Anonymous says...
well this is interesting, Im now just got some seeds to sprout, but I have then in my house. hope to keep them going.
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17th January 2008 5:23am
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Lubo says...
Hello to everyone. I have a problem with the yellowing of the leaves and also this big stain - the bleaching of chlorophyll. Can anyone advise me what I can do to make it happen and I have a healthy tree? Move into a larger container?
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16th May 2019 4:58am
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