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Pretty sure he is not posting here right now. There was forum drama. You can find southernfigs on fb now. Sorry
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Partners of the world / Re: NAFEX and Southern Fruit Fellowship
« Last post by Ortegojeffrey on June 29, 2020, 05:24:13 PM »
FYI...
NAFEX has nothing to do with the illegal importation of foreign plant material into the United States.
Any belief that NAFEX members support the illegal importation of plant materials would be enormously naive. NAFEX is a fruit study group, publishing POMONA among many other contributions, with members from throughout North America and beyond.
Donít know if you are insinuating that membership in, or activities surrounding NAFEX, are illegal or quasi-legal, but that would be wrong if so.
All of the pioneers of any fruit grown in North America in the last 50 years were NAFEX members. Every Interest Group President of NAFEX combined make up the authors of most of the fruit reference books and articles you are reading today.
If you havenít heard of NAFEX then you arenít a serious fruit grower...
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Partners of the world / Re: NAFEX and Southern Fruit Fellowship
« Last post by BobbyCollins on June 26, 2020, 10:00:51 AM »
To All,

Be careful importing trees from outside the USA.  It's texttospeech.onl not just likely illegal, but the plague of many problem insects can be found to start from heavy import areas, especially from locations around the New York, Pennsylvania area.  Most of these horrible insect problems which started around New York and PA, are impossible to control in these areas and have infected the state of Michigan and Florida and are spreading like wildfire.

I hate to sound like I am being negative against any growers, so please understand mortgagecalculator.tech that the pupae of these insects can be in the soil or roots of plants you buy from outside your area NOT JUST THE FRUIT.... check out the Spotted Wing Drosophila and Spotted Lanternfly... there are more, as I read the ADGA announcements every week.  There are problem insects from Mexico and Canada, so it would behoove any grower to be on the watch and make plans to get your new varieties from areas that would not cause the plague to spread. PLEASE BE ADVISED.

All the best,

Ms. Figgy

Thank you for your guidance!
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My fig Ray's black has not been shipped.   It was 104.
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Fig Trading / Re: I have a few trees to trade...what ya got!!
« Last post by Me...2001 on June 23, 2020, 11:55:48 PM »
Opiem10,

Wow, that is very generous of you.  Those are some great varieties.

Fingers crossed that cuttings continue to root and grow.
I have a really nice Strawberry Teardrop starter tree with 5 branches started on. I also have Dr. Gowaty starter trees. Ge Neri starter tree and many others.

Can we make a trade?

Tom
Hi Tom,
I have tried several times to connect with you and my fig trees. I hope all is well. When can I except the trees now that the hold on the virus is relaxed. I would really like to hear fro. You to get my trees. There should be 4 and the strawberry teardrop as pro used before. Please respond asap. So i will know when i should get them.  Marsha
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Lets Talk Figs / Re: I have been Figged !
« Last post by AustinPermie on June 20, 2020, 02:46:31 PM »
Happy Rooting!
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Lets Talk Figs / Re: The (LDA) fig
« Last post by AustinPermie on June 20, 2020, 02:22:55 PM »
Looks beautiful!  Unfortunately, the LDA cuttings I grew out last year had bad FMV, and no matter how hard I try, I can't get them back to health.  Will have to start over.
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Lets Talk Figs / The (LDA) fig
« Last post by Megojoe11 on June 19, 2020, 10:04:35 PM »
Steve here

The LDA fig  short for the Longue d Aout (LdA)
it is a very good eating fig.

it is a must have fig

See pictures

cool
Steve
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Lets Talk Figs / Re: Steve Here THE FORUM HAS NOT BEEN hijacked IT WAS MOVED
« Last post by Megojoe11 on June 19, 2020, 09:05:45 PM »
Steve here ,

Someone email me that the server i paid for is southernsites.info

Yes the server has to have a named server domain name so you can
point all your site to that name.

it would be NS1.southernsites.info and NS2.southernsites.info

Sounthernfigsforum.com is pointing to that site it's like a hosting company

or you can go to whois site and look

here I do it for you

https://www.godaddy.com/whois/results.aspx?domain=southernfigsforum.com&recaptchaResponse=03AGdBq24v7pGxUkzAkEBbcvtLJviES_8sMwqCknZxIBJoq50eFXoCCZoT0HsgYAgwRl6Bv3woh2kpQ6qwjR5W2c4CctIMm9oVQMOMJrl6o9zI_gFPwfPvwHzMVB3G8VBWmAPqZ7LEkGlH9sabOAW38Cpud3IFy00WgZd3N_JUXCFinK_I1EScCp5bngBitBpyZ3hHIUgDaTKsVPrvKPfMMV5R_kJCn7b6RIsrIkUl2SJk46j5jz29d1IDN8ijWxi6LkQjgRxY1P1AAOtlwrXIazI3k2zeO1gGjOgtFgRxe3vYiuGUkrYeFLasr9gTaBzLl7Cu6uOEHqMDAQgb5RKlFfeZWKzAHy1bW0Znxi0I3yq853-xvborRKtDBm7BVF3sf-eRwqUB0mbT&isc=gofd1001aj

and you get this

Domain Name: SOUTHERNFIGSFORUM.COM
Registry Domain ID: 2206910125_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.enom.com
Registrar URL: http://www.enom.com
Updated Date: 2020-06-15T17:54:56Z
Creation Date: 2017-12-31T00:31:09Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2020-12-31T00:31:09Z
Registrar: eNom, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 48
Registrar Abuse Contact Email:
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone:
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Name Server: NS1.SOUTHERNSITES.INFO
Name Server: NS2.SOUTHERNSITES.INFO

its call private named servers

cool

you get it now.

Thanks for the email about this

Steve

Now leave it between me and J.D. I don't care what he says and you should
just tell he that it between Steve and Him.

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