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Nashi in Sydney

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aimz78 starts with ...
Hi all,
I am looking into a Nashi pear for sydney. Is the Nijjiseiki Variety reasonably low chill? (enough for sydney?)Is it sufficiently self fertile?
Thanks!
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aimz781
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13th May 2012 8:57pm
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John Mc says...
Mine's only been in for three years and haven't had any fruit yet, they are either taking a long time to settle in or don't like where they are, needless to say no flowers or fruit so far. I bought mine labelled 21 century, one and the same. I've had the same problem with Shinseiki.
The Tropical Sunshu looks promising, it is the most vigerous but only in it's second year, so far so good with this one.
Oh, and I'm situated about an hours drive north of Sydney.
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JohnMc1
Warnervale NSW
13th May 2012 9:26pm
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VF says...
Don't know if this helps with Nashi, but it may be worth a try : recently found on an apple growing site (? USA?Israeli) regarding chill for apples. Said that it's the loss of foliage caused by chill which then stimulates hormone to cause growth of flowers/fruit, and this can be achieved artificially by manually defoliating tree late winter (our July/August) if not quite enough chill, and the plant is tricked into flowering.
I don't know if it works, but it may be worth a try. (I think this worked on lower chill plants, as some higher chill need true dormancy.)
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VF
Wongawallan
14th May 2012 10:22am
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Michael D says...
Hi Aimz78,

I have a three way ( 3 types grafted on the one tree ) nashi pear in a large pot .Last year I had about 10 fruits . At the moment it's in a dormant state with no leaves . I'm actually looking to sell this tree if you are interested in buying? I'm making room in my garden as I'm running out of space . If others are interested the following plants are up for sale :

1) Fruiting Strawberry guava in 55 cm pot
2) Fruitng Bhut Jolokia chilli plant
3) Frutiing 3 Way Nashi Tree in 80 cm pot
4) Small leave Jaboticba in 55 cm pot
5) Fruiting Li Jujube in 80 cm pot ( 5 years old )
6) Fruiting miracle plant in 30 cm pot
7) Rollina in 80cm pot

I can give away free dragon fruit cuttings with every purchase

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wakeley
14th May 2012 12:26pm
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WWJ says...
Hi Michael D,

How much is the Li Jujube?
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14th May 2012 12:58pm
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John Mc says...
Is your Rollinia and/or Jaboticaba fruiting Michael D?
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14th May 2012 6:13pm
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Michael D says...
Hi John,

My Rollinia is always in flower but never sets at fruit. I'm growing the tropic sun custard apple and hopefully it will give me better success.My Jaboticaba is growing well but no fruits yet.

Hi WWJ - I bought my Li Jujube as a small plant for $80 bucks which included delivery costs. I am looking to sell it for the same cost but without the pot as it cost almost $80 bucks just to buy and fill the the pot with potting mix.
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wakeley
14th May 2012 11:00pm
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LoveFruits says...
Hello Michael,
Let me know how to contact you if you still want to sell the Li Jujube.
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ThanhT
Fairfield,nsw
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Michael D says...
Hi Lovefruit says - I'm just around the corner from you so if you are still interested in the Li Jujube then please let me know . I can send you a picture first so you can decide . Send me a text to 0405349715 and I'll reply back to you . I have other advance plants which I'm about to post on gumtree for sale so you can also take a look at them as well .
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