What is Microcitrus australasica?
culture is very similar to any citrus but it is more resistant to pests
and pathogens, can not stand frost so that can be grown in pots and
protect it in times of cold indoors with minimal care produces several
blooms and crops a year and its fruits grow clustered when the harvest is good, it is a
shrub that more than appreciate the care and nutrition to be given.
Reproduction by seeds Microcitrus australasica does not apply to preserve the characteristics of the variety to be obtained, seedlings not give a fruit equal to the plant from which they were obtained, besides the entry into production of the plant will be the Triple time by vegetative propagation by grafting.
One of the precautions for obtain fruits to the market called first class is that the fruit is free from scratches or rubs on your skin, the wind causes such damage, it is important to prevent the trees have wind protected and / or clarify the spiked branches near fruit.
Here we can see three newly planted trees in the experimental farm in Australia of Frutalestropicales.com, varieties from left to right, Alstonville, Red champagne and Crimson Tide, you can see who are among mango trees to simulate as far as possible their original habitat Australian subtropical forests.
All varieties are registered or in the process of registration in their home country (Australia) and have ACRA registration, more information here: www.anbg.gov.au/acra