Is not all Puya scions grafted onto simply no matter root inventory? So then would not it simply be the graft and the little pot that retains the durian tree so small? I’m having a tough time to think about Puya scion being such a pure dwarf. Or possibly they use a marcott? after which bonsai the tree. I wounder what the return on funding is for that type of administration..
I feel Peter is correct, it may be managed by EM, there are a few totally different merchandise on the shelf within the regular ironmongery shop, even Trichoderma however idk how efficient Trichoderma is for what you describe.
You may as well use google scholar and search one thing like “dietary deficiency rhizoctonia”, you may be amazed at how a lot analysis there may be. There’s additionally a giant e-book one thing referred to as vitamin and illness.
I feel it’s as a result of “noone” have a drawfing durian root inventory. I want to study Indonesian as a result of then I may actually attempt to digest their information, I consider plenty of it is not translated but.
I additionally cannot consider how somebody can go for the extremely excessive density and even excessive density planting, however possibly they’d good experiences doing it with apples so thought it could work with topicals too.
Perhaps oxleyanus, oblongus, graveolens, or another durio sp. may have a dwarfing impact??
I’ve heard from a good supply that somebody have a residing durian tree in Byron bay. It is planted within the floor.
If it is true try to be allright
Monthong is best tied to the tree as our neighbor have had one 1.5m above floor and it nonetheless smashed open actually unhealthy when it fell. However small fruits do effectively and doesn’t get broken IMO. In Bali they primarily tie up the larger ones. In Thailand just about all as a result of all varieties are fairly large and Kan Yao so invaluable so it will get tied anyway. It seams they tie them up though they reduce them off from the tree or possibly it received it incorrect as a result of a number of the time they need to tie up the branches due to the load so it’s kind of complicated assessing the tree.
This man have a durian farm in South Thailand and share’s lots in English of what he have learnt from the locals, fairly good information.
I’ve seen large fruit fall and do not get any injury besides some uninteresting spikes so it depends upon the variability.