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Joined: 31/10/14 Updated: 31/10/14 Frost:
Location: HERVEY BAY,4655,QLD


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Alphonso mango - I've tried various varieties of mangoes over the years. They've come from Mali, Dominica, jamiaca, Honduras, Venezuala, Brazil, Canary Islands, Thailand, Isreal, Bangladesh, India, but the best imo are the Chaunsa variety from Pakistan..2184 days 20hrs
Ackee tree - Ha gwan peeps, need breadfruit, and any provision, yellow yam, white yam, plantain, cassava. any help much appreciated. Much love Mango-jack..2188 days 23hrs
Ackee tree - Ha gwan peeps, need breadfruit, and any provision, yellow yam, white yam, plantain, cassava. any help much appreciated. Much love Mango-jack..2188 days 23hrs
Jackfruit10 - Hi guys does anyone know what the most common variety of Jackfruit grown in Bangladesh is called. They are the only ones I've ever had, we used to get heaps all summer long in London. A similar variety would be great as long as they are soft and j..2188 days 23hrs
Alphonso mango - hi guys just wondering why Indian varieties of mangoes are not available here in Australia such as Alphonso, Kesar, Badami. Pakistani Chaunsa and Sindri are the best but no here why? growing conditions? thanks Jack..2188 days 23hrs


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