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RE: Mathematics, OT

So the big question is- have you attempted to produce more of this other
'selected' tree? Is the one seed viable? And of course, then marketing it?


> I have two loquat trees that are fruiting [I'm not making this up]. One
> is a named variety, Bradenton, the other is a seedling I have selected
> from five seedlings I am also growing. Both trees are fruiting now. I
> got out my caliper today to do some measuring. A sample of fruit from
> the Bradenton averaged 1.62 inches long by 1.27 inches diameter. The
> fruits averaged 3 seeds each [range of 2 to 4], 0.77 inch long by 0.52
> inch diameter. A sample of fruit from the seedling averaged 2.14 inches
> long by 1.10 inches diameter. The fruits [every one] had only one seed
> each, with an average size of 0.69 inch long by 0.44 inch diameter.

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