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  1. 1982-05-19 Judging by the response to comments about tropical fruit trees in the last E D Notes, many of you are including tropical fruit trees in you development efforts. I have used the FAO book Propagation of Tropical Fruit Trees to answer several of your questions.  
  2. 1992-06-19 Feedback from the network regarding cashew production.  
  3. 1992-07-19 A novel idea has been to grow some fruit trees, like bananas and coconuts, in circles about 3 meters in diameter.  
  4. 1994-07-19 Nitrogen fertilizer should not be applied to trees and shrubs directly after transplanting.  
  5. 1995-03-19 Carambola will not come true from seed.  
  6. 1995-10-19 "Fruits of Warm Climates" is an authoritative source for information on sub/tropical fruits from around the world.  
  7. 1996-10-19 The atemoya is one of those fewfruits that can be considered a fully adequate dessert.  
  8. 1998-02-19 Dr. Phil Rowe, with the Honduran Foundation for Agricultural Research (FHIA), has developed two robust hybrid bananas that are resistant to Black Sigatoka. These new hybrids are also resistant to Panama disease and tolerant of nematodes.  
  9. 1998-12-19 Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) may be known as a poor man’s crop, but this is probably because it grows well on sandy soils of poor fertility. In Mozambique and Tanzania, cashew occupies lowland areas close to the coast with a rainfall between 900-1300 mm (35.5-52 in) per year.  
  10. 2000-03-20 Question from Chester Brinser (World Relief Nicaragua) . Reply by Danny Blank, nursery manager at ECHO.