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rambais and rambutans

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Mike starts with ...
B.motleyana has hit the markets and they are pretty good to eat.
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Mike says...
Rambutans are also plentiful but in Cairns the minimum temperature will soon drop below 20c and the fruits available will change.
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David says...
Rambais look good I know yousent down seed some time ago Mike any chance of another crack at growing some Rambais here.
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amanda says...
Is there a common/nick name for the first fruits there Mike..? What do they look like inside please..?
They look a bit like those Langsat fruit..?
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Mike says...
Rambutan
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Mike says...
Burmese grapes have 3 segments and 3 purple covered seeds with purple covered flesh that is citrusy.Even white skinned Burmese grapes are like this inside.But what about their close relative rambai?
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Mike says...
Rambai is pale and has 3 sections each with a seed.Flesh is soft.
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amanda says...
Interesting thanks Mike...strangely enuf' I don't notice so many rambutans around these days (over here) as there used to be...have they fallen out of favour maybe..? or are they difficult to grow even in our Far North..?
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BJ says...
Yum, I love Rambai! I dont care much for the seeds though. Sucking hard to separate the seed from the pulp can get them lodged in the back of your throat!
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Mike T says...
Amanda rambutans are easy to grow and productive as well.
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Linton says...
Got these fruit from the local market today. Are they Rambais? Please concur!

The sign at the shop said they were 'Dau' fruit, and I found 'Dau tien' mentioned on the net for Burmese Grape but the translation doesn't seem right. It was the first time to try these, the flesh was yellow or with a purple coating and the taste was sweet-sour with a lemony flavour. So I feel certain that they are Baccaurea ramiflora, the Burmese Grapes. Thank you.
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