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Jakfruit Etiquette's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 14/09/22 Frost:
Location: MERBEIN

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Seville orange - SamB if you let me know yr enail should be able to help,..193 days 9hrs
Is this rootstock - No it seems to be coming from above the graft union, so not rootstock. Also the rootstock looks like Poncirus trifoliata from the bark, that has 3 leaflets per leaf, so not likely rootstock...193 days 9hrs
White sapote9 - If it has never flowered, a pollinator wont change that. White Sapote is a distant cousin of Citrus, you might be able to try stress, fertilizer, or cincturing, which can work with inducing flowering in Citrus. Is it also possible it is too cool at your l..313 days 9hrs
Mango tree23 - Those type of cracks either indicate fungal rot or sunburn. Are the cracks only or mainly on the sun facing side ? This type of thing often happens with tall bare trunk standard trees. Once damage happens, rot may also infect. You may need to protect the ..315 days 11hrs
Feijoa seeds - Here are some Aotearoa NZ types, I have seen some in Au shops a few years back. https://tuigarden.co.nz/inspiration-hub/ideas-and-inspiration/feijoa-variety-favourites/..315 days 12hrs

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