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Created On: 06/03/2018 04:55 AM
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 06/03/2018 04:55 AM
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groundswell

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I have about a half dozen trees, my Carrie is the only one that has many mangoes. My Valencia Pride has not really flowered, should it already?
 06/03/2018 09:53 AM
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Central Floridave

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Yes, should have flowered by now. My Glenn has about 2 thousand fruit on it. They are undersized this year and look to ripen in about two or 3 weeks. My other trees have a spattering of fruit on it and they are all holding on and still green, but developing size. I didn't get much fruit drop thru the recent rain events.
 06/04/2018 06:10 AM
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weldertom2

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My tree has shed all but one fruit on each "hanger" (what are those things called?) - I have a hundred or so. Tortoise is eating the drops, so looks like we'll have ripe fruit in about 2 weeks and on for about a month. Never have confirmed what the cultivar is (it was a small tree when we bought our place). It makes BIG fruit- up to 3 lbs. each some years.
 06/04/2018 06:57 AM
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ww

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Lots of shedding but Mallika is looking really good.

 06/04/2018 01:54 PM
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SurferMic

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Julie produced its largest crop this year (50+) but the Bailey Mavel did not produce one flower yet? The Glenn & Hayden have very few?

As alawys the "Miracle Mago" is only flushing, in 5 years it has never bloomed but was shaded real bad until recently....if it was not for the Julie I would be very bummed ...Not sure what happen to the Baliey's Mavel it did very wel last year? Weird crop this year & the tree rats suddenly disappeared?

 

 06/05/2018 08:59 AM
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groundswell

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My Nam Doc Mai had some fruit but most fell due to all the rain.
 06/05/2018 10:30 AM
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Acemandb

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Edward = plenty hanging, probably be ready in 3 weeks.

Keit = hurricane damaged, maybe 20 hanging, picked 3 yesterday to ripen in garage.

Jakarta = uprooted, replanted, propped up with 4 - 2X6's has a few hanging.

 06/05/2018 11:36 AM
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Karma

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Mallika is one of my favorites

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 06/07/2018 09:39 AM
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Central Floridave

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I had about 50 Glenn drop yesterday. They look like they could ripen up but maybe just a tad too early.
 06/07/2018 11:31 AM
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Dangermouse01

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Only had 1 Nam Doc Mai split so far from all the rains and very few drops.
Have maybe 2 dozen plus on each of the Kent, Nam Doc Mai, Po Phu Kalay and Peach Cobbler, maybe 1 dozen on the Lemon Zest.
Trees are finally getting to the age when they can start producing.
 06/08/2018 05:40 AM
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Central Floridave

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Curious how lemon zest is. I hear nothing but rave reviews online for it.
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