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Ne mango varieties

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Steely starts with ...
Hi, Just after some information. Three of the newer mango varieties, Scarlet Delight, Hula, and Lady Jane, has anybody tried them? What did you think? compared to a good KP and were they polyembryonic. Just in case they were worth planting :) I know that 1201 Ahha! is Poly Yess and Now are Mono. Thanks
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ivepeters says...
Hi, regarding Lady Jane, ambiguous result.
Purchased two from woolworths to try, planted both seeds. One had a single the other produced multiple.
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Steely says...
Hi, Thanks for your reply. Do you have many mango varieties.
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Edward3 says...
The photos suggest that variety is monoembryonic since in both cases the growth is from a single embryo. If it was polyembryonic, you would be able to separate the individual seedlings.
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PlumRob says...
Hello,
Just a question for ivepeters:
How do you get such healthy mango seedlings? I'm looking to raise some and would just like some tips. Yours look very healthy, that's all.
Cheers,
PlumRob
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