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Topic Title: Mangoes Flushing
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Created On: 12/21/2019 05:44 PM
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 12/21/2019 05:44 PM
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groundswell

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My Nam Doc Mia and Carrie are flushing. Should I leave them alone or remove them?

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 12/22/2019 07:33 PM
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ww

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Trimming the mangos now will only encourage more flushing. Our dry-season deluge is no doubt causing some confusion.
 12/22/2019 08:20 PM
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MPSB2

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Yup mine too! Cogshall is in full bloom! Carrie as well. Idk how this is gonna work out.

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 12/23/2019 04:39 AM
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Central Floridave

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Noticed yesterday mine are also starting to flower. Same with palmgrower's mango. 'Tis the season. Let them be. Maybe we get early mango this year. All the rain isn't helping. Mango like it dry this time of year.
 12/23/2019 05:16 AM
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e11even

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Yep my Carrie is also starting to flower. This has been one wet fall and winter so maybe that is causing it.

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 12/24/2019 06:08 AM
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ww

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A bit of flushing but no flowers on mine.
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