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Ronaldo Montoya
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Hi guys, do anybody know which trees generate fruits from october to december?

My list of trees only produces fruits from january to september and i need to produce fruit ( or food) all the year because im trying to create a space that allows me to me disconnect from the outside world and no depend on food from outside my forest garden.


any ideas?

my climate is arid tropical , i have sun all the year and water, but never rains here ( im in a valley in Peru) .



cheers!
 
allen lumley
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Ronaldo Montoya : Location, location, Location! look at your authors name space and L@@K at mine ! In your case you will need to show height above sea level !

I expect that this is the type of a question that really must be answered by some one local at the university level . There is a regional locations Forum page where
you can post your question, be prepared to supply a lot more information to the person that helps you 100 Kilometers or 300 meters elevation will make a big
difference. What has the land been used for what is on it now ? hope this helps a little, for the good of the crafts Big AL
 
S Bengi
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You are located in peru/southern hemisphere in a arid tropical environment.
You are looking for fruits that ripen in the "spring".
There are quite a few fruits that ripen in the spring in zone 10 Florida.
Mango, Loquat, Jackfruit, star apple, coconut (probably most palms?).
TopTropical has lots of info.
http://www.toptropicals.com/html/toptropicals/articles/fruit/varieties_mango.htm
 
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mandarins, clementines and several varieties of oranges ripen in the early winter, there is even a tradition of giving these winter ripening varieties as christmas gifts.

persimmons as well...some ripen in late fall and some arent ripe till november even december.
 
Ronaldo Montoya
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Hi, im in Peru , in a valley in Canete where there is sun all the year but it never rain , but i have a lot of water comming from the river.


How can i know which is my area?



The land has been used for growing grapes for making wine, but the land was not being used the last 8 years.

The last 8 years the land was abandoned.


Im gonna create a new thread explaining my proyect and explaining the characteristics and analysis i been making .

cheers





allen lumley wrote:Ronaldo Montoya : Location, location, Location! look at your authors name space and L@@K at mine ! In your case you will need to show height above sea level !

I expect that this is the type of a question that really must be answered by some one local at the university level . There is a regional locations Forum page where
you can post your question, be prepared to supply a lot more information to the person that helps you 100 Kilometers or 300 meters elevation will make a big
difference. What has the land been used for what is on it now ? hope this helps a little, for the good of the crafts Big AL
 
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Ronaldo,
This is a great topic. I love the idea of your project. You might be bringing fertility and production to areas that didn't have it before. I am on a gardening site with a bunch of people from California, who have the same longitude and orientation to the ocean, but who are much farther south in latitude. I live in Oregon, the state to the north. We grow some of the same fruits, but some of theirs grow in very different months. They can grow many things that I can't. There are many berries and other plants that are easy for me to grow but difficult for them also. It also would be helpful if you could list the altitude, because especially in Peru, that affects what you can grow. I look forward to hearing about your project.
Thanks,
John S
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Ronaldo Montoya
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Hi John , i just created a new thread in "forest garden" explaining the project, please check it out.


John Saltveit wrote:Ronaldo,
This is a great topic. I love the idea of your project. You might be bringing fertility and production to areas that didn't have it before. I am on a gardening site with a bunch of people from California, who have the same longitude and orientation to the ocean, but who are much farther south in latitude. I live in Oregon, the state to the north. We grow some of the same fruits, but some of theirs grow in very different months. They can grow many things that I can't. There are many berries and other plants that are easy for me to grow but difficult for them also. It also would be helpful if you could list the altitude, because especially in Peru, that affects what you can grow. I look forward to hearing about your project.
Thanks,
John S
PDX OR
 
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