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I am looing for Lucuma Seeds. Can You help me.???
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17th June 2013 11:40pm
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denise1 says...
I may have a couple of seeds spare in a month or two, I am in New Zealand. Are you allowed to import them?. It is a sweet silky variety (montalban) about 200g each. Will take 5 to 8 years to bear. They do not do well in tropical or warmer subtropical conditions. in which case the canistel should be grown instead.
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18th June 2013 7:59am
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Linton says...
Attention Denise.....

Could you please advise if you may have a spare seed of Montalban or La Molina varieties. I think they are only available from New Zealand. Thanks.

Also on this subject, I just bought a seed of a different type of Lucuma which looks just the same as the more common one. But when you shake it you can hear the kernel rattling around inside? Do you think I should plant the whole thing as is, or crack open the outer shell to make it easier for the kernel to germinate? Don't want to mess it up as I only have one seed.

Also tried abrading the surface and when I put it in a glass of water it sank to the bottom immediately. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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denise1 says...
Hi Linton, there is a big crop now on the montalban, ripening a few per day. Send your address to care of-- bentanemahuta at gmail dot com.
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