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Re: Monstera Fruit


-----Original Message-----
From: Craig M. Allen <cm_allen@yahoo.com>
To: ju-bo@msn.com <ju-bo@msn.com>
Date: Wednesday, July 14, 1999 5:42 PM
Subject: Re: Monstera Fruit


Dear Craig and friends,
To get more fruit ready for enjoying at the same time, wrap the fruit in
saran wrap, it will then all ripen at the same time and all the scales will
fall of symultaneously!
Julius

>I have eaten a few from the plants here at Fairchild Garden. They ripen
slowly,
and each fruit only has a small section that ripens each day. I was also
told
to eat only the part from which the scales fell on their own, and that
seemed
to be just a few inches per day.

Hope this helps,
Craig M. Allen<<








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