Re: [fukuoka_farming] goiaba tree
- On Sunday 28 October 2012 01:36:29 Daniel Camolês wrote:
> To be more exact, when I arrived here at July last year it was justGreat, as guava is one of the most nutritive fruits in the world, that's a very lucky situation!!!
> sprouting. Now is that size you saw and have little fruits. I just
> discovered a new sprout in the front yard... Don't know how it appeared
> there. You see it's really native.
> "Marcos G. " <marcos@...> escreveu:--
> >On Saturday 27 October 2012 16:05:12 Daniel Camoles wrote:
> >> Hi Marcos,
> >> You have asked me to post a picture from the little
> >> goiaba tree, so here it is. It's one year old and is
> >> already putting some flower and we can see the small
> >> fruits forming.
> >> http://www.flickr.com/photos/bigatojj/8128400303/in/photostream
> >just 1 year old and it's flowering? mines I bought at 2 different
> >"nurseries" (personal managed), one
> >is about 5 years old, the other maybe 3 years old, it's spring here too
> >and I cant see any sign of
> >flowers coming from them; anyway, they are fine and sprouting a lot of
> >leaves (the frosts in the
> >winter made them loose almos all the leaves)
> >strawberry guava has many flower buds, also the uvaia (eugenia
> >pyriformis), 1 pitanga has at least 1
> >flower bud, and the sete capotes (campomanesia guazumifolia) has many
> >flower buds, also the feijoas
> >but the guavas and the guaviyu: nothing yet :-/
> >I think it's because of the colder climate here
> >Yahoo! Groups Links
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