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Tropical Fruit Growth Blog

Posted by soupb 8a (My Page) on
Tue, May 24, 11 at 20:17

It would be nice if more people document their fruit tree growth progress as a blog. So that we can link each other blog together to see the progress, for better or worse.
This way I can tell if I'm doing something right or wrong.

I'm currently documenting my guava growth, please be advised, I'm not expert. This is my first fruit tree since I been exposed to gardenweb.

I will try to update every week or two depending on how much changes there are, if any.

It doesn't matter whether you have a 10 years old tree or a seedling, please post. I would love to see it and hopefully the members here too.

All tropical fruit invited.

Here is a link that might be useful: My guava growth blog

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RE: Tropical Fruit Growth Blog

How about I post to this thread. Kinda lazy to set up a blog. This is my guava. First time from seed approximately a year ago. Fruits are ping pong size and seem to grow very very slowly. I did thin 50% of the fruits. Not sure what to expect with seedling guavas. Yours looks good.



RE: Tropical Fruit Growth Blog

  • Posted by boson Delray BeachFlori (My Page) on
    Wed, May 25, 11 at 22:31


That's really a great idea. I guess first I have to learn how to be a blogger.


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