seems like the texas nursery is beginning to run on all cylinders, and getting close to full throttle @k8tpayaso ! So happy and excited for you!
glad you found at least one cultivar to your liking @thecityman . I hope your upcoming trees get to be productive.
totally agree. While it is important for the EPA and USDA to scrutinize/regulate use of pesticides, irrigation practice, etc, it is at least as important to promote alternative crops which will somehow trivialize, if not totally do away with pesticides and irrigation issues. Everybody wins with a minimum or zero pesticide-use, minimal irrigation, and a bounty of nutritious, antioxidant-rich fruits borne by beautiful trees that also happen to have the longest productive lifespans. Of course not all regions of usa have conducive climates for juju farming(though @bobvance seem to prove otherwise), but those regions hospitable to jujus should take advantage in full-force, even if just as backyard operations and not necessarily commercial.