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Re: Rain/ trop. fruit

Jim, my miracle fruit is recovering....but the Lychee still has no new  
growth.  I don't know what I did.  It was doing so well all  winter.  Perhaps too 
much water at one time??  Hadn't rained, so I was  just watering it every now 
and then, but then it got quite a bit or rain.   Not sure.   By the way, you 
asked about the Longan, it looks  fine.  Perky as can be. I never seem to have 
problems with it.  I'm  really upset about the Lychee...it was doing so well.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 3/23/2006 10:24:51 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

It's  raining--huzzah! And this morning, I got some fertilizer down on 
some of  the fruit trees. Maybe--I hope--the rainy season is starting 
[naw, too  much to hope for]. But I'm sure glad to see it. The mangos 
and lychees,  especially, need frequent waterings now that they've set  

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