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Kerry starts with ...
Hello everyone
Does anyone grow white choko and can offer a seed or two or three...I have not grown or eaten them for years. My late fatherinlaw loved them but said his would get stung too much to bother growing them. I would love to grow some in his honour. We lost him a couple of months ago. Hoping anyone out there knows how I can get onto some seeds please. Have a great weekend. Best wishes Kerry
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Bob says...
I am also looking for some for seed. They are commom at the Maroochydore, Sunshine coast sunday markets but that is a bit out of range for me.
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BJ says...
if anyone is after white choko plants, I have a few recently shot fruits that are ripe for planting...
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Rowan says...
Hi BJ, I would like one or two fruits. Please email rowan.99@gmail.com with your details and price please.
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Wazza McG says...
Whats so special about the white variety? flavour or the fact its white?
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Bob says...
Hi BJ I would also like to get 2 or 3 but large unsprouted ones travel better than ones that have already sprouted. robertdb@westnet.com.au
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Wazza McG says...
BJ I would one or two as well if you can spare them - I have a trellis for them all ready to go. Are you on the southside or Northside of Brisbane ~ I'm on the southside - Runcorn.

mcgoldrick1@optusnet.com.au
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BJ says...
Hi Wazza, i'm on the North-west - Keperra.
I only have 3 fruits saved, and all have shot.
I'll get in contact with the three people who have replied.
i'm not sure what's particularly special about them. I find them a bit better than the green, but i know folks here have been after them, so have saved a few to spread around.
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Wazza McG says...
Good onya mate for doing that. I'm happy to pay for plant and mail costs. Can you email me to the supplied email address and arrange what you require. Thanks champ.
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Joan says...
I would love to know if you have any white chokos left. I would gladly pay for them plus postage. Thank you.
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Bec says...
Hi BJ
How are you going with your fruit distribution, started a new business yet? ;). I too am interested in getting a couple to plant if you end up having any extras. Cheers
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viv says...
hi bj do you have any white choko's please viv
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Daniel says...
Hi BJ

I am interested in some white chokos if you are still selling them. I am in NSW. I will pay for the chokos and postage
cheers
Daniel
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casper says...
I am after some white choko plants pls - does anyone have any? Will pay for all costs. Many thanks
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Wazza McG says...
I have 2 plants in the ground, however, one is strong with no fruit as yet and the other is just too young - thanks to BJ.

I'm willing share.

When I have a few I will let you guys know. They are great to eat when egg sized and steamed ;-)

Cheers
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Daniel says...
Hi Wazza

I am new here , do you still sell the white chokos? I would be interested in buying some if you do

My email is r34888@gmail.com

Regards

Daniel
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daniel Gale says...
hi BJ
do you still sell the white choko i would be interested in buy some

my email is calm_water@hotmail.com or r34888@gmail.com

regards

Daniel
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Beryl says...
I have some white chokos if anyone is still interested.Sydney & Campbelltown areas.No Charge.Thanks.
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Beryl says...
Sorry but I dont have any fruit trees(not any more) Just like to help others out if I can.Hope that's okay?
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MaryT says...
Hey Beryl I would like some white choko; how can I contact you? My email address is tngmry at yahoo dot com dot au - please contact me.
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wazzamcg says...
Hi All,

I have a bag of white choko's interested people may want me to send them ;-)

I don't want any money for them besides postage. If you want one or two, please send me your email address with details etc.

They are great to eat when they are egg sized and the seed has not developed ;-)

My email address is mcgoldrick1@optusnet.com.au

I will try to accommodate 2 per person depending on the responses I receive.
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MaryT says...
Hi wazzamcg, thanks for the offer. I'd love one or two. I tried to get some from Beryl without success. I have emailed you. :)
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Mike says...
They are in the markets here and sell for the same price as the standard ones.
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MaryT says...
Ah Mike; you and your market of many miracles! If only I can fly :)
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daniel Gale says...
Hi wazza

yeah i would be interesed in some white chokos, i have sent you a email with my details

Thans for your time and effort in advance Wazza

Cheers

Daniel
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daniel Gale says...
Hi Beryl

My email is r34888@gmail.com still interested in white chokos,

I am also in Sydney hoping to get some white chokos to grow

like i mentioned willing to pay for your time and effort

Cheers

Daniel
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wazzamcg says...
I have 3 interested people so far - that means 2 to 3 each at this stage.

I will keep you all informed - probably wait a week or so before making final arrangements.

Cheers
Warren
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Lucinda says...
Hi wazzamcg,

I'd like one white choko to grow as well. I sent you an email. Thank you very much.
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daniel Gale says...
Hi warren,

I am still interested in the white choko, hope to hear from you again soon mate, tried contacting Beryl without success as well,

let me know if you need any other details, been trying to get some white choks since last year

thanks again mate

Cheers

Daniel
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Sarah in Adelaide says...
Hi Warren,

I would be interested in a white choko as well!

I have been looking unsuccessfully everywhere in Adelaide for one!!

If you have any left I would be happy to pay postage and for the choko as well.

Please let me know.

My email address is: sarah@fbrlaw.com.au

Cheers,
Sarah
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daniel Gale says...
Hi Warren,

Cheers mate thanks for the white chokos

your a legend

Daniel
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wazzamcg says...
Hi All

To those who received the white choko's or expecting them, please consider doing what BJ did for me - offer them to those in need next season.

I have since cut my plant right back after it started growing over my dwarf mulberry.

BJ deserves a lot of thanks.

Many thanks for the nice words I have received in emails.

Cheers,
Warren
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daniel Gale says...
Yeah thanks BJ and Warren, if mine grow i have no problems in doing the same for the others next season, one it will help others and will ensure we can find one or 2 if needed

again thanks for this cheers mate

Daniel
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Lucinda says...
Hi Warren,

I got the chokos. Hope they will grow for me. Thank you very much.
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wazzamcg says...
For those not sure on how to plant choko's - I suggest the following.

I would plant the choko out after the shoot is about 4" to 6" long. Also, I would plant it out sideways as well - half above the ground and half below it. As seen in the picture 1.

The root system comes out of the same spot as the shoot, as seen in picture 2 below. Planting it sideways means that the roots can focus on the soil and the shoot can focus on the air and sunlight.

Hope this helps ;-)
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Anonymous says...
Hi Beryl

I would be interested in white chokos, if you any.
I am in Sydney
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Anonymous says...
I have 3 white chokos sprouting and now in pots to keep them growing and happy,I live in Tweed area, must be pickup only...will not post.
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Julie says...
How can there be two people called Anonymous here? Doesn't make sense.
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coastie says...
Good morning, yes Julie I was just as surprised as you are,my forum name is not anonymous but it came up as that...my 'stage name' is Coastie
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Anonymous says...
Mine came up as anonymous for a while too. Never figured it out.
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Aargh! Again!
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Jess@Walpe says...
Hi folks! Trying to find someone with a white choko (and a green one) to spare, please. Will gladly pay for them plus postage. Having trouble finding either here. My email is jessloupuchala at yahoo dot com dot au. :) Thanks - Jess
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Jess@Walpe says...
Thanks Jantina for the offer of a green choko. Now only after a white one if anybody has a spare. Now, back to the garden! - Jess
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Jantina says...
Posted it last week Jess, should arrive today perhaps.
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Daniuel says...
Wondering if anybody has white chokos at present. Happy to pay for postage.

Regards, Daniel
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MaryT says...
One of my white choko suffered from neglect while I was away and the green vine looks dead; I pulled out the choko and I can see roots - any chance of it sprouting again? The choko still looks fresh and plump.
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Jantina says...
If you can see roots MaryT it should grow again, chokos often die off in the winter in cooler climes and then just sprout again when it warms up.
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MaryT says...
Thanks, Jantina! That is a great relief. My other one is doing well so I probably don't need two; still Warren had gone to the trouble of sending me two sprouted ones and I'd like to keep them both alive even if I end up giving one away.
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Dragonflysusie says...
Does anyone have any spare white choko seeds...I have only just become aware of their existence and would love to acquire one. My grandmother used to give us choko as kids. Happy to pay for any postage incurred? Thanks in advance. Susie
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JB says...
Hi,I have been after white choko too.How can I get them.I live in Wagga
thanks
JB
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sternus1 says...
There are white chokos on ebay right now.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Vegetable-Sechium-edule-White-Choko-x-1/111267610382?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222006%26algo%3DSIC.FITP%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20140107090050%26meid%3D4513173366743078111%26pid%3D100011%26prg%3D20140107090050%26rk%3D6%26rkt%3D10%26sd%3D111219626747
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OrganicSprouts1 says...
Hi Bj, Do you have any White Chokos? And what would be your asking price?
Thanks, Milan
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Skypilo says...
tWould love some white chokos if anyone still has them.,.
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de88ie says...
Did you have any of these available still. I have been looking for one for a while.
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madrabbitwoman says...
I have white chokos growing - no fruit is ready yet though
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AnnP says...
I live near Tweed and would love a white choko, do you still have any?
I can't find any dates on these posts, so have no idea how old it is!
Thank you :-)
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phil@tyalgum says...
There are a number of growers of the white choko amongst the Uki Garden club. I know a fellow in Tyalgum who has a productive white choko you could pick up from.
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Julie says...
Can anyone tell me what is the difference between the green and white choko? Is the white superior in any way?

AnnP, move the arrows on the bottom - the dates are there.
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AnnP says...
Thanks phil@tyalgum, great to know! I since found one on ebay so I'll see how that grows. :-)
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Bob says...
white and green ,to me taste exactly the same. White is white all the way through. For some reason the only ones available in the supermarket are green. I have given up on chokos as they cannot stand the hot dry summer in Rockhampton
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jakfruit etiquette says...
I'm guessing the white might look or blend better in certain dishes or preserves ??
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madrabbitwoman says...
Hi - I posted that about 6 months ago.I have either eaten or planted what I had
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wazzamcg says...
I think the white ones just look unique and special - if you want to eat a choko - try and get a white one - they are best eaten when the are just smaller than an egg. I just bought one on eBay to grow some and help peeps out again.
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Kerrin says...
Hi Kerry, I only have green choko vine but you mentioned about the chokos being stung? My green chokos are being stung and I was wondering if you knew of any natural fertilizer to use to stop them being stung.
Thanks
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