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Did you know that there is NO Nursery with the Selection, Service and Online Features for members I could find anywhere on the Net when I looked for a link for a USA site something similar (online membership-wise) yesterday, so I have a USA link to place on my hobby-site for gardeners in addition to the Daleys link for Australians. Yes, there are a few online nurseries in Australia these days for sure....but the vast selection of trees and array of online privileges Daleys offers us as Members is really UNIQUE. I simply have to applaud you Correy and Daleys Family for all this....and I thank you that I can take part in what's going on here!
I love your "pioneer-spirit" and regard for new customers and members also. All the best to you!
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Bangkok says...
Don't believe everything the americans write on their websites. It's all salestalk and if you tell them the truth they will ban you.

Mahachanok "from Florida" hahaha, they even don't have the real mahachanok because they were grown from seed.


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A.C says...
Hear hear ! to first post
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Loves Fruit Trees says...
Thanks A.C. for your response. I actually manage to raise some interest on the Daleys website. There were some helpful comments I've made on Natural Health websites a few times it took to time to make and none were appreciated and all were removed - yet a website along those lines I have these day raises a lot of interest. I do not find that stuffy attitude on Daleys, there seems to be good healthy communication here. And Correy knows I have a hobby-site for gardening mentioned in My Edibles About Me profile. CHEERS to Correy and Members, because I only wish to help and inform people like you guys and gals do here. I love to spread happiness around. I wish you all well. Most encouraging!
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Bangkok says...
How are your tree's in 50cm pots doing? Got any fruit allready?
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Loves Fruit Trees says...
How nice of you! Yes, I do have 3 lemons growing on my Lemonicious tree, I must take off to let this tree store more energy to grow. I bought it last December. My other fruit trees have not any fruit yet because they are very young too. I am expecting to see the Meyer Lemon fruit soon because sometimes they have 1 or 2 fruit when people buy them where mine came from. I want to buy a Dwarf Mango and Dwarf Persimmon tree from Daleys this week.
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Bangkok says...
I read that if you spray a citrustree with 0-0-46 (urea) it will bloom. I tried it on my cocktail pomelo last year and a week later it had flowers. I handpollinated them and all blooms set fruit. I took some of though because pomelo's in bunches won't grow full size.

I also grow many fruittree's in 60 cm pots and that works well. Grafted mangotree's can fruit in any pot, even in 2 litre growbags.

My tahiti-lime in a 40 cm pot blooms all the time, it has small fruit now but they drop all the time. I guess it needs more water.

If citrus grows well in your area then i would also buy a grafted navel orange, for me they are the best citrus i've ever eaten.
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peter30001 says...
ok correct me if im wrong but shouldnt
that be 0-0-46 (potasium)
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Bangkok says...
Peter you're right, the heat must have gotten me here.

I meant to write urea 46-0-0. I read it on the citrus forum, webmaster Millet wrote that and he seems to be an expert to me.

He also reads here so maybe he can chime in.

I know it sounds weird to spray urea to get blooms in citrus but it did work on my pomelo.
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peter30001 says...
ok that looks better,
yea sounds a bit weird but if it works
it works, might try it on some of my figs.
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Bangkok says...
Peter urea is pure Nitrogen which can be used immediatly by plants. If i give it to my tree's on the soil they always flush within a few days. Worms don't like it though, it hurts them and they run away from it. When our gardeners use it i see worms all over the roads. I just guess that urea caused them to run though, don't know the real reason for that.

I don't know if it can make figs bloom but you can always try. Don't make it too strong though. It doesn't work long in the soil.

Potassiumnitrate makes mango's bloom (in the tropics) and potassiumchlorate does the trick for longans.





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Loves Fruit Trees says...
Can we please keep this post for expressing our thanks or praise to Daleys for their vast range of fruit trees and unique website features for members? And celebrating our membership? We seem to have wandered away from the context of this post. There are so many posts we can make. Would you like to join me in thanks or praise to Daleys and Members?

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A.C says...
Absolutely !
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