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Mango budwood.

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jburkey1 starts with ...
Hello,
I was wondering if anyone knows where i might be able to get mango budwood in SE Queensland? Our new house has about 6 mangoes but they are all the same so was going to graft onto them.
Cheers.
Jason.
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11th December 2017 3:55pm
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Mango Mike says...
Jason.... Send me a message to mike.rule@hotmail.com Should be able to help.....Mike
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12th December 2017 1:35pm
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echinopora says...
What kind of mango are you searching for? I'm sure there are plenty of forum members that can offer some up. Have a few that I can cut scions from here in northern NSW.
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12th December 2017 5:36pm
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Christianabs1 says...
Hi
Sorry to jump in on your forum but I was after some mango scion wood too. I’ve got some R2E2 scion wood that I can trade or I can just purchase off someone.
Thanks
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8th February 2018 11:50pm
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irfan says...
I am interested in mango budwood, need to send overseas as my have mango orchid there, though we have few australian mangoes too please send me an email on irfan36@hotmail.com or leave me your number
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14th February 2019 2:06pm
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Mango Mike says...
Christianabs 1.... Send me an e/mail at mike.rule@hotmail.com I should be able to help with some scionwood....Mike
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KARRABIN,4306,QLD
17th February 2019 12:59pm
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Christianabs1 says...
Hey Mike,
This is the same Christian you sent some scions to a few weeks back. I haven’t had much luck with the scions you sent me this year. The Alphonso scions you gave me are still alive but have not sprouted. The other ones have produced leaves but seem to be dying. Have you got any advice that may help?
Thanks Christian
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18th February 2019 10:11pm
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Mango Mike says...
I don't graft this time of year due to the heat.....If you have had shoots but then died probably is too hot.... Do you water every day ??? Have you put the grafts inside a plastic bag tired up to keep up the humidity ???? If the wood is still green they will shoot at some stage..... I have had wood that has taken over 3 months to shoot whilst others have shot within a week.... If you have the wood in the plastic humidity & they shoot remove the plastic straight away...... Mike
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20th February 2019 8:48pm
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Carl76 says...
Which months would you suggest are the best for grafting ?
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21st February 2019 3:20pm
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Mango Mike says...
March & April are good months as well as early Spring September October but then its a little harder to get scionwood then as most trees are flowering or fruiting.....Mike
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24th February 2019 12:03pm
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