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I would like to know what is the best variety of white sapote to grow, I live Brisbane and have plenty of space to grow this tree and only wish to grow one or two at most, any suggestions?
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Stoney
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17th November 2008 5:12pm
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John says...
I would suggest you ensure you get a self fertile grafted variety - don't waste your time with seedlings - take too long and usually bitter skinned.

I know that Vernon, Ortega and Lemon Gold are definately self fertile. Regarding your climate read as many articles as you can on them and check out what varieties people in your area are growing and fruiting.

Some varieties are smaller - eg Vernon which I have fruiting in Albany WA that is a cool cool climate. Will post an article link on varieties when I find it.

By the way I am after seeds of a tree called the Moringa or Drumstick tree if you hear of anyone that can supply them over there I would appreciate any info.
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John17
Albany Western Australia
18th November 2008 11:00pm
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anon says...
More likely to be marcotted than grafted
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Tony says...
John,
Drumstick seeds are available from Herbs Are Special www.herbsarespecial.com.au)
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