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 04/23/2022 05:53 AM
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groundswell

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How is it looking for your trees? Mine not so good Nam Doc Mia, Peach Cobbler have some but not loaded. Was it too cold, or windy?
 04/23/2022 07:25 AM
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LIV2SURFDT

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Mine were in the midst of a massive bloom when we had that stretch of super wet weather for a week or two. This was a death blow to my hopes for a good crop. All the blooms rotted and fell off...
 04/23/2022 09:03 AM
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Central Floridave

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Gonna be a low yield year for most. The 2 acres around me have minimal fruit holding. In my yard I got about 50 rosigold ripening. But, everything else looks sparse. Heard mango man's south trop has low yield as well.



 04/23/2022 03:39 PM
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Dangermouse01

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I have maybe 18 NDM on the tree, my Peach Cobbler had a massive bloom again this year but no fruit in sight, no fruit noticeable on the other trees (but hadn't really did a thorough inspection).

At the Friday set-up for the tree sale, nobody seemed to report that they were going to have a decent crop this year.

Late cold front, wet weather and winds kinda took it's toll.
 04/25/2022 09:35 AM
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bradlat

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My Haden is having a sub-par year with only the southwest side of the tree holding any fruit. On the other hand my Tebow is having it's best year since I planted it ~8 years ago. Probably a couple hundred fruit with a large portion already larger than the palm of my hand.

Edited: 04/25/2022 at 09:36 AM by bradlat
 04/30/2022 10:28 AM
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Central Floridave

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I just ate my first mango of the season. A rosigold. It's the only tree that's holding fruit. It was very tasty.
 04/30/2022 10:29 AM
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Central Floridave

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I biked by Mango Man down south of pineda last week and they don't have very many fruit hanging either.
 05/04/2022 04:08 PM
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scombrid

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I pruned heavy last year to our bloom was late but we did get a bloom but it happened right when we got the last rain and I think the timing of that rain was bad. We have only a few fruits. Last year the load looked like it was going to pull the tree down.

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 05/05/2022 07:55 PM
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jahcocoa

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My glenn is loaded. Two years in a row.
 05/12/2022 06:56 AM
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Central Floridave

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Since 4/30, a mango a day! Yeah for rosigold.
 05/14/2022 08:18 AM
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weldertom2

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Fairly average for me. First flush is about 3 weeks from picking. this year I had a 2nd flush- on the north side of the tree- it will throw ripe fruit probably July
 05/24/2022 11:06 AM
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MPSB2

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Mine has been awful. Tons of flowers earlier on and no fruit. I think the inconsistent rain/cold messes it up. I have a handful of Carrie and a few Pickering.

Rosigold, Cogshall, Irwin, Seintalone, Nam Doc Mai, Purple Thai, Valencia pride all disappointed me.

Anyone want to swap scions?

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