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Re: Good News and Bad News with My Mango Tree
Posted by Stan Hayward CA on 10/8/2017, 8:38 pm, in reply to "Re: Good News and Bad News with My Mango Tree"
He doesn't have a Mango tree..but he's posted some photos of beauty's around SD town,loaded with various shaped and color fruit. He said this years blooms were late from the rains,so started in March or April...and then a second flush later. Its a first in San Diego he's seen. Two flowering periods in one summer.
Note sure if that's various variety's.
I know Brandt that the Fremont Manila Mango here in the bay area last winter- January,had ripe fruit still hanging in small bunches on that tree.
Mine is always Sept and Oct. Jan is amazing for here.
I watch Youtube's Mango vids..What they can do in Arizona and of course the tropical world. They get in two years what I get in four or five.
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