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[[left margin in red]] Hayden Mango origin [[/left margin]]
[[red underline]] Dr. Fairchild went over all my trees giving me much valuable information and suggestions. Says the Hayden Mango was created in Coconut Grove by Mr. Hayden, by cross fertilization and is the [[strikethrough]] best [[/strikethrough]] ^[[finest]] Mango in existence [[/red underline]] and most of my mangoes are Haydens
[[underline]] March 19. [[/underline]] Left early Celine and myself with the [[strikethrough]] Fair [[/strikethrough]] Dr. & [[red underline]] Mrs. Fairchild [[/red underline]] in their car, visiting nearby original "hammock" wild woods now belonging jointly to Matheson and James.
Then visited [[red underline]] Chapman Field, [[/red underline]] now tropical plant introduction station where I was presented several interesting new specimens for trial
[[red underline]] Simmonds [[/red underline]] the manager tells me [[red underline]] Mangoes want inorganic [[/red underline]] fertiliser Potash
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or [[red underline]] phosphates while Avocados want organic [[/red underline]] (humus) etc. I wonder whether it is not exactly the opposite [[strikethrough]] in view [[/strikethrough]] 
Then went to [[red underline]] Homestead [[/red underline]] where we visited the large vegetable fields. Strawberries, tomatoes, etc etc. 
[[left margin in red]] Mr Krom [[/left margin]]
Then went to the grove of Mr. [[red underline]] Krom the creator of the Tangelo [[/red underline]] a cross fertilisation of [[red underline]] Tangerine and orange. [[/red underline]] He offered us some excellent wine from this fruit made 11 years ago and tastes as best Sherry. Then visit of the varied fruit and other tropical trees of [[red underline]] Thompson [[/red underline]] who receives continuous visitors and enjoys explaining everything to them in the meantime sells some fruit and jams and trees.

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Note: Correct spelling of name is Krome (referring to William J. Krome)

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