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TSnihility
post Jun 4 2022, 11:53 AM, updated 3d ago

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This year durian season starting. Here are some photos taken this morning from the home grown trees.

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The above fruits normal kampung grade. Yellowish flesh with wrinkles appearance ( wrinkles always associated with bitter taste), bitter sweet & creamy.

What are your durian photos collection this year ( home grown & buy outside ) ? Please share .
mirzan007
post Jun 4 2022, 12:05 PM

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The marking looks like musang king.. Is that a MK + durian kg hybrid?
TSnihility
post Jun 4 2022, 12:38 PM

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QUOTE(mirzan007 @ Jun 4 2022, 12:05 PM)
The marking looks like musang king.. Is that a MK + durian kg hybrid?
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Unable to trace the origins but as the one of the hantu durian, I can honestly said it is far from MK because the flesh not thick enough. The only thing it can beat MK, is the bitterness 😆. Almost 25 years old the tree age grown from seed. The strange thing, the fruit”s texture & taste really getting better as the tree age.

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TSnihility
post Jun 23 2022, 04:36 PM

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Satisfaction of picking your own durian from the pile of the durians. Selling at RM 10/kg for kampung grade. Those who don”t know how to choose their own durian need to pay more for the guarantee clone grade.

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👆The joy for selecting kampung grade durian. The seller very boh song me already.

Location - Opposite Aeon Equine Park, near the roundabout.

Damage for the wallet RM 150.

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TSnihility
post Jun 26 2022, 05:20 PM

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Today went for Pahang Tekka at Baiduri Trading @ Paya Jaras. Selling at RM 30/ kg, not much stock left for Tekka, I bought all the available Tekka. Damage for the visit was RM 150.

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The seed for Tekka was relatively small. Tekka was known as Musang Queen. If you like Musang King, you will like Tekka.
TSnihility
post Jun 27 2022, 07:19 PM

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I was being introduced to try “Jagung” durian from Pahang. Selling at RM 20/kg. Bitter & creamy & sweet.

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Given me a choice, I think I may not select it again because I”m type of fussy / demanding when it comes to the fruit yields %. The flesh over skin % was low ~ about same % like red prawns variant ( skin too thick). The reason why I dislike red prawn, the same reason I”ll not choose this variant again. If never try before, maybe worth to give it a try.
DurianSamurai P
post Jun 28 2022, 11:34 AM

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Very yummy organic durians.
DurianSamurai P
post Jun 28 2022, 11:36 AM

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QUOTE(nihility @ Jun 27 2022, 07:19 PM)

I was being introduced to try “Jagung” durian from Pahang. Selling at RM 20/kg. Bitter & creamy & sweet. 

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Given me a choice, I think I may not select it again because I”m type of fussy / demanding when it comes to the fruit yields %. The flesh over skin % was low ~ about same % like red prawns variant ( skin too thick). The reason why I dislike red prawn, the same reason I”ll not choose this variant again. If never try before, maybe worth to give it a try.
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The older the tree, the thinner the skin. Also fertilizers must cukup. Don’t so fussy la. So many countries only got chapalang thai durians we are very blessed already

TSnihility
post Jun 28 2022, 01:41 PM

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QUOTE(DurianSamurai @ Jun 28 2022, 11:34 AM)
The first photo looked nice. The taste should be bitter, creamy & sweet?
TSnihility
post Jun 28 2022, 01:45 PM

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QUOTE(DurianSamurai @ Jun 28 2022, 11:36 AM)
The older the tree, the thinner the skin. Also fertilizers must cukup. Don’t so fussy la. So many countries only got chapalang thai durians we are very blessed already
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Actually Thai got good clone variant also, only we are not that well expose to their durian variants.

Try watch at this link to youtube : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yt9K1iXePKc

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