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Chak's Edible Backyard

Joined: 14/09/09 Updated: 04/10/11 Frost:
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Lychee14 - Hi Michael, If you see the owner, can you ask if any spray is needed (copper, anti fungal), and what fertilizer is used. Thanks..2136 days 7hrs
Lychee14 - Hi Michael, That would be great. Please email me at chak.khong@gmail.com. Thank you..2175 days 13hrs
Lychee14 - My tree was flowering nicely and forming small fruits. But now most of the fruits have dropped. Only a handful left. The same happened last year. But 2 years ago, I had about 20 mature fruits. Anyone know what's wrong?..2192 days 6hrs
Pinks mammoth - My Pinks Mammoth is 3 years old. So far, no flower, no fruit. Shall I dig it up and plant another one?..3715 days 12hrs

Lychee - Bosworth 3

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Update: 4460 days 9hrs

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Planted this lychee tree about 5 months ago. New growths are coming out now.


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Custard Apple - Pinks Mammoth

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Update: 4460 days 9hrs

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Planted the tree abount 5 months ago. It had 7-8 leaves initially. Now it's down to 2. Hoping for new growth as the weather warms up. The tree next to it in the bag is the persimmon I just bought.


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HappyEarth says... [4460 days 2hrs ago]
Dont worry Chak ... custard apples lose their leaves at this time of year before putting on their new spring growth
Chak says... [3715 days 11hrs ago]
An update - after 2 1/2 years, still no fruits, no flowers. Meanwhile I have planted the persimmon which flowered and fruited, though the fruits dropped when the size of a cherry tomato. I'm thinking of digging it up and plant a new one!

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