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Maluma is in most regards a very easy cultivar for the farmer to manage. Maluma lends itself well to many different cultivation practices, methods and theories. Maluma needs no more attention in respects to cultivation than any other cultivar, and is no more sophisticated.
Maluma, a predominantly Guatemalan cultivar with some Mexican genes, was discovered in the early 1990's by Mr. Dries Joubert on his farm Maluma, South Africa, as a chance seedling of unknown parentage, due to its similarity to Hass.
Read article on www.freshplaza.com Read article here South Africa: Avocado farm looks to apple cultivation for inspiration Fresh plaza – By Carolize Jansen Maluma Symposium: dwarfing rootstocks, high density planting and trellising to improve yield efficiency of avocados At the annual Maluma symposium a large avocado producer throws its doors open, giving a generous insight, free […]
DAY 1 – 7 March 2018 Economic considerations and benchmarks for modern farming | Wessel Lemmer – ABSA Main sponsor: Optimisation of avocado fertigation | Dr Avner Silber – Volcani Centre Israel Maluma worldwide | Dr André Ernst – Allesbeste Maluma Peru: Tal SA leading the way | Daniel Arispe Economies of production | Edrean […]