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Soursop tree

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Helena starts with ...
My soursop tree is about 5 years old, quite big, flowers profusely however so far, not a single fruit has set. Any ideas? Thanks so much
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Helena
Birkdale
28th September 2016 8:42am
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Waterfall says...
Maybe try hand pollination.
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Waterfall
WATERFALL,2233,NSW
30th September 2016 8:00pm
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David says...
Don't know why but this year is a bumper crop for soursops ,the tree is now roughly 25 yrs old, a seedling purchased from some obscure nursery long since closed over Thornlands way.The fruit is juicy ,slightly fibrous, not over powering, with a good balance of sweet and sour.
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SPRINGWOOD,4127,QLD
21st December 2016 10:44pm
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Waterfall says...
wow looks fantastic!
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WATERFALL,2233,NSW
23rd December 2016 11:37am
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Carl76 says...
Had a soursop a couple of months ago at tropical fruit world, it was really good.
Are there any different varieties out there ?
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12th February 2017 3:52pm
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David says...
Picked just yesterday from my old tree on the north facing part of my house.Just a seedling but boy its been productive.
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Springwood
1st July 2018 2:35pm
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi David

I am envious. I haven't tasted one for quite a while now except for a frozen one. I saw it one time in the fruit shop in Melbourne and it was $80.00 a kilo. I was aghast!

Anyway, congrats on the great result of your soursop endeavor.

Happy gardening :-)
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TAMWORTH,2340,NSW
2nd July 2018 8:01pm
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