SCIENTIFIC NAME: Pouteria sapota
FAMILY: Sapotaceae

Primary Reference.The Mamey Sapote In Florida, January 1981
Icon for significance.Cultivation of Mamey Sapote and Green Sapote, January 1989
Primary Reference.Approach Grafting of the Mamey Sapote, May 1991
Primary Reference.Four-Flap Grafting of the Mamey, January 1992
Primary Reference.Mamey Sapote In Puerto Rico, March 1994
Primary Reference.The Mamey Sapote, March 1997
 Budding And Grafting, July 1981
 Where Do Our Tropical Fruits Come From?, September 1981
 Tropical Fruit Landscaping, May 1982
 How Far South?, November 1982
 How The Cold Weather Affected Our Trees, November 1982
 Exotic Fruits For Specified Areas, September 1983
 Tropical Fruit Fiesta, March 1986
 Tip Grafting, November 1986
 List Of Plants Imported Through Kamerunga Between 1970 And 1987, May 1987
 Florida's New High-Return Tropical Fruit Crops, July 1987
 Report On Dr. Coronel's Visit At The Cardwell/Johnstone Branch, November 1987
 Pollination Requirements Of Some Tropical Crops, January 1988
 Tolerable Minimum Temperatures, March 1988
 Establishment And Propagation Of Hives Of Native Stingless Bees For Orchard Pollination, September 1988
 Fruits Of 1887, January 1989
 A Comprehensive Guide To Tropical And Subtropical Fruits, January 1990
 Innovative Thinking, September 1991
 The Marketing Of Misnomers, January 1992
 Tropical Fruits Of Tiskita, Costa Rica, May 1992
 Visit To Don And Chris Gray's Property, November 1993
 The Backyard Garden, January 1995
 Rare Philippine Plants For Home Gardens, November 1997
 Plant Selection For A Dry Tropics Permaculture/Rare Fruits Backyard Garden, February 2000
 Cyclone Rona And The Aftermath, March 2002
 Fruit Trees Species List, August 2002

DATE: 2011 February 25

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