GRAFTED MANGOSTEEN: Is It Better Than Non-grafted?

GRAFTED MANGOSTEEN: Is It Better Than Non-grafted?

A lady who loves to eat mangosteen had asked during a previous agri forum that she intended to plant mangosteen in her spacious backyard. She asked: Which is better, to plant a grafted seedling or a non-grafted one? Well, there are pros and cons. Some hobbyists go for the grafted […]

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POMELO GROWING TIP: Thin Out The Excess Fruits

POMELO GROWING TIP: Thin Out The Excess Fruits

A fellow who bought planting materials of Magallanes pomelo was upbeat telling us that his four-year-old trees were producing a lot of fruits. Some are in clusters of three or more fruits. He said he was expecting a bumper crop. Don’t be so excited, we cautioned him. We explained to […]

SWEET KAMIAS: Updated

Yes, The Sweet Kamias Will Bear Fruit In A Container

A lady buyer of two Sweet Kamias seedlings asked us if the fruit tree will bear fruit if she planted it in a container. Oh yes, it will bear fruit in a container. We have proven that in our own farm in Teresa, Rizal. The Sweet Kamias is not really […]

Palamuti Bignay Photos

Palamuti Bignay Photos

Palamuti bignay is a selection by researchers of the Institute of Plant Breeding in Los Baños many years back. It is a fruitful variety that is fruiting most times of the year. Marcotting is a practical way of multiplying the Palamuti bignay if you want the plant to bear fruit […]

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