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DavidWM1's Edible Backyard

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

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Mangoes3 - How large is the tree? Do you want fruit this season?..3924 days 14hrs
Pakistani mangoes in australia - I read in the press that about a week and a half ago that the first (ever) shipment of mangoes from Pakistan arrived here. As far as I can tell they were shipped on from Perth. Has anyone found them in their local stores? I was wondering what varieties t..3933 days 14hrs
Dwarf irwin - Vict that photo is of greenhouse grown Irwin in Japan, not one of mine. You can buy fruitfly exclusion bags here which you could use in the same manner...3948 days 12hrs
Dwarf irwin - Hi John, no I haven't tried that. I don't tend to graft in this time of the year as I think it is best to have the plant that is being grafted on to be growing vigorously, and in these parts where the winter is cool they are just starting to recover fro..3948 days 12hrs
Dwarf irwin - I did a splice (or whip) graft for that one. I also use cleft graft a lot. Cleft grafting is a bit easier as once you put the scion in it doesn't tend to try to fall out while you are taping it. (see Daley's video) I have 4 varieties on that tree now. ..3949 days 14hrs

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