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mango's from 4.2 kg

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Bangkok starts with ...
http://damaunursery.blogspot.com/2010/12/red-ivory-mango.html

I 'm growing this one but didn't know it was so huge. It has huge leaves as well from 40 cm or more.

Has anybody ever seen this mango?

http://damaunursery.blogspot.com/2010/12/super-giant-lychee.html

Or this lychee bigger then a chicken egg.

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sternus1 says...
BK I don't know abut the mango, but the lychee could be either erdon lee or a variety the chinese call 'fell dead dog'.
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ivepeters says...
' Fell dead dog ' sounds delicious right ?
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sternus1 says...
I think its got to do with the shape--has four small bumps on one side and and elongated point at the stem joint--hence, when turned upside down what is described( perhaps abstractly) is a dog that has fallen dead.
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Mike says...
BK can you get hold of the Red Ivory seeeds by any chance ???? I would/could like to grow.....
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Bangkok says...
Sure Mike but i have not seen them yet. They are yours if i see them.

Soon i will get sawasdee@protonmail.com but it isn't mine yet, i'm in the qeueu.
Can Sternus send me your address or email?

I grafted it on many tree's now and those are the biggest leaves i've ever seen. 40 cm or more and that's on scions who are just grafted.

I like those names like "mango drop dead donkey" from Mexico or "fell dead dog". Maybe one fell on a dog/donkey and it died from that?

But if i remember well i saw another vendor and he wrote 4.2 lbs, small difference though...mai ben rai (means who cares in thai ;) )

All those taiwanese variety's are here for 2 years now so i expect fruit soon on the markets.

I found the pulasans by the way, cangkok means grafted and okulasi means budded (in bahasa indonesia). They will come my way but now i want more from Java, i think grafted keledang or marang as well. If you have more idea's then let me know.






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Bangkok says...
I see now, you are the other Mike.

No ploblem, i will try to find them. I have your address.
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Mike says...
BK thanks.. Hear from you soon
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Bangkok says...
Mike i'm just curious, can you graft?

And did those papaya-holland seeds ever sprout? I heard from others that they didn't sprout unfortunately.

I can send you new ones from another supplyer if you like.

I remember i had a yu-wen seed for you here for a while but i forgot if i did send it. I was trying to find more but didn't find any.
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Mike says...
BK yes can graft but can't get budwood into OZ.....Yes got some up but chickens knocked them off... They love these & passion fruit sprouts.... Wouldn't say no to be re-supplied.... Yu-Wen didn't arrive..... Thanks..Mike
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sternus1 says...
How are your LZ and other Zills doing Mike?
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Mike says...
Sternus1... Lemon Zest has been planted out & is going great with new growth pushing last month re the hotter weather..... The Orange Sherbet has been re-potted & still a little bit small to plant out so I have placed in a hot house to give it a major burst for the next 3 months before I plant it out..... Should also be able to take some budwood then.... Regards..Mike
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sternus1 says...
Cool.

I might bug you for some scions a few years down the track.
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Mike says...
Sternus1... no problems with that should have some others you will be interested in.....
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Bangkok says...
Mike i will send new ones with the mangoseeds if i find them.

Papayaseeds are easy to buy. And teach those chickens some manners.
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