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From: Julius Heinis <jheinis at mailer.fsu.edu>
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Subject: Re: Annonaceae
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Surely you may find starting material (seeds or so) in Puerto
Rico, maybe Virgin Islands and other Caribbean places.
Actually I don't know a commercial source, but have seen
soursap, sugar apples dpwm there.
Greetings from J.H., the learning machine!