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Re: Good News and Bad News with My Mango Tree
Posted by Brandt-San Diego on 10/8/2017, 6:14 pm, in reply to "Re: Good News and Bad News with My Mango Tree"
I'm in a northern neighborhood called Mira Mesa, about 5 miles inland as the crow flies from the coast. I usually have days with highs in the lower 80s in summer, with lows in the 60s. So, I do not get a whole lot of heat accumulation. However, I'm thinking after the weird mid-summer bloom, because the blooms happened during a warmer time of year, versus my usual March-April blooms (which happened as well but only produced maybe 10 mangoes as spring is usually cool with highs typically in the lower 70s), that the blooms set into fruit better. This harvest (by the time it's over) will probably net 70 mangoes (including the ones that came down with the branch).
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