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MangoDog's May 2011 Update

Posted by mangodog palm springs 9B (My Page) on
Tue, May 10, 11 at 17:23 little update on the mangodog's family doings:

Rosie's little babies...

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My grafting Manila doing research -

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Keitt has a number of little ones

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Glenn has a couple fruits

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Timotayo in slow recovery mode

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...same thing with Lance - the dogs pee a little too much on him - I've got to put down a little fence perimeter -

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Nam Doc Mai recovering...


Edward with quite a few fruits on a large lower branch

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ChocAnon having the best flush of growth...

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Valencia Pride/Haden/Nam Doc Mai had a great sprout...

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Manny from the ground and rooftop - quite a few little ones here - big big wind yesterday has thinned it out...

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Alphonso looks healthy/a single branch with some little ones

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Pickering with one large and one smaller infant

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Follow-Up Postings:

RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

Your top dog when it comes to mangos, but a mutt when it comes to papaya trees.

RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

amazing trees, thanks for sharing ,,


RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

coming along nicely.


RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

Very interesting your multi-grafted mango..

Thanks for sharing :-)

RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

Mangoes are looking GREAT MD! Thanks for the update!

RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

  • Posted by newgen 9 Central California (My Page) on
    Fri, May 13, 11 at 1:38

Looking great!

RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

You'll be eating them before you know it. Nice collection.

RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

MangoDog, everything looks awesome! I'm going to highjack your thread and post a few pics of my own....I'm to lazy to start another one LOL weather has been perfect mid to high 70's everything is growing at a nice easy pace...can't wait for Sept. Oct.

Mexican Ataulfo, Alfonso and Thompson (Kohala Longan to the right) no fruit's or flowers

Keitt and Lancetilla, I've had to thine these two out they had hundeds of little mango but weren't going anywhere.

Haden,Edward and Mallika these were had smaller amounts of fruit but they are starting to kick it into second gear

Chico and Maney Sapotes new growth and flowering

Ilama, Cherimoya and Atemoya new growth and flowering

Topical Pink, red malaysian, and Indian Red guava

seedlings: mexican cream, ataulfo,capulin,fino de jete and white and pink drangon fruit

Avocados: Hass,Sir Prize,Holiday,Fuerte and Reed

RE: MangoDog's May 2011 Update

Alfonso Mangos on my tree last year. Check out the picture. I grow them in San Bernardino, California.

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