Testimonials Shop News Specials Catalogue Contact Forum Blog My Account My Edibles
Fruit Tree Packs
Fruit Tree PacksUse Code PickUp15 to get 15% off when you pick up in our Kyogle ShopRare Fruit magazinesOur New Look Magazine is Out Now

David1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:

* You need your own My Edibles Page to contribute Quick & Easy

Fruit Tree Forum Contributions

David1 Forum Contributions
Mango tree not fruiting - It looks a little yellowish and some of the leaves are a bit wrinkled in picture 1. Yellowish is a sign of nitrogen or iron deficiency. Wrinkled leaves tend to mean a zinc deficiency. It might be a little late to salvage these baby mongoose as the tree sa..2980 days 15hrs
Need some expertise on frowing mangoes from - John, you are right, Nuclear are the clones, the non clonal seedling is the zygotic one ( an out cross or self pollinated)...3614 days 1hrs
Need some expertise on frowing mangoes from - I understand that R2E2 is a Kent progeny. Definitely polyembryonic, I have germinated lots of them. They have a reputation for throwing a lot of off type seedlings though, as well as the odd mono. Yes I think polys are popular, maybe because we are s..3614 days 1hrs
Need some expertise on frowing mangoes from - KpP , R2E2, Honey Gold, , all Polys, probably 80% of mangoes sold in Australia..3614 days 15hrs
Can i grow mango in south australia - The micro climate is important. The north side of a house where it receives good sunlight in the winter and has some protection from wind will help. They are sensitive to frost, and low lying areas will be more subjected to the likelihood of frost. As th..3615 days 16hrs

Other People who Recently Added Plants to My Edible Backyard