White sapote

White Sapote, Casimiroa edulis

White sapote
Fig. 1
Casimiroa edulis,
white sapote

Casimiroa edulis, White sapote fruit
Fig. 2
C. edulis,
white sapote fruit

C. edulis, White sapote fruit cut in half
Fig. 3
C. edulis,
white sapote fruit reduce in half

White sapote Redland, grafted
Fig. 4
White sapote Redland, grafted

Casimiroa edulis
Fig. 7
C. edulis

Shoot with compound leaves of a White sapote
Fig. 10
Shoot with compound leaves of a white sapote at Voortrekkerbad,
Limpopo, Africa

White Sapote (Casimiroa edulis cv. White Sapote) foliage
Fig. 11
White sapote (C. edulis
cv. white sapote) foliage

White Sapote (Casimiroa edulis cv. White Sapote) Second - third year twig
Fig. 12
White sapote (C. edulis
cv. white sapote) Second – third 12 months twig

Inflorescense
Fig. 13

Fruit forming
Fig. 14

Casimiroa edulis
Fig. 15
C. edulis

Casimiroa edulis (White sapote)
Fig. 16
C. edulis
(white sapote), Fruit at Enchanting Floral Gardens of Kula, Maui,
Hawai’i

Fruit and inflorescences of a White sapote at Voortrekkerbad, Limpopo,
Fig. 17
Fruit and inflorescences of a white sapote at Voortrekkerbad, Limpopo,
Africa

(Casimiroa edulis) Immature white sapote fruits on a tree in an orchard
Fig. 18
White sapote (C. edulis).
Immature white sapote fruits on a tree in an orchard.

Seeds
Fig. 19
C. edulis seeds

Casimiroa edulis'Smathers'
Fig. 20
C. edulis
‘Smathers’, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Backyard, Miami, FL USA.

Bark of a White sapote, with conspicous lenticels, at Voortrekkerbad, Limpopo
Fig. 21
Bark of a white sapote, with conspicous lenticels, at Voortrekkerbad,
Limpopo, Africa

White Sapote Casimiroa edulis
Fig. 22

White sapote fruit at the South Kona Fruit Stand in Hōnaunau, Hawaii (Big Island)
Fig. 23
White sapote fruit on the South Kona Fruit Stand in Hōnaunau, Hawai’i
(Huge Island)

Scientific
identify

Casimiroa edulis La
Llave & Kex.
Frequent names
English:
casimiroa, Mexican-apple, white sapote; French: pomme mexicaine, sapote
blanche; German: cochilsapote, weiße sapote; Portuguese: sapoti;
Spanish: matasano, zapote blanco; Swedish: Swedishvit sapote 1
Synonyms
C. edulis
f. microcarpa
Martínez; Fagara
bobacifolia (A.Wealthy.) Krug. & Urb.; Zanthoxylum araliaceum
Turcz.; Z. bombacifolium
A.Wealthy.
Kinfolk
Woolly-leaf sapote, yellow sapote (C.
tetrameria
Millsp.), matasano, (C. Sapote Oerst.), C. pringlei 11
Household
Rutaceae
Origin
Northern America (Mexico) and Southern America (Costa Rica, El
Salvador, Guatemala) 1
USDA hardiness zones
8-10 9
Makes use of
Meals; small fruit tree; agricultural shade; screening; yard tree 9

Top
15 ft-60 ft (4.6–18.Three m) 2

Crown
Cover is thick and spreading 5
Plant behavior
Upright to spreading progress behavior 2
Development price
Reasonably sluggish
Trunk/bark/branches
Bark tough; thick with conspicuous lenticels (Fig. 21);
branches irregular, comparatively brittle 4
Pruning requirement
Wanted to keep up their dimension
Leaves
Evergreen, briefly decidous; palmately compound 4
Flowers
Small, pale inexperienced to cream colored; panicles of 15-100 flowers;
Jan.-Feb. on new wooden 2,4
Fruit
Drupe; skinny peel yellowish-greenish; candy, white and easy pulp;
seeds giant and white 2,9
Season
Could-June, might fruit till Nov. 4

Nutrient Content material pdf
Gentle requirement

Full solar
Soil tolerances
Properly-adapted to most well-drained soils from sands, to clays, to
limestone-based soils 2

pH choice
5.6-7.0 4
Drought tolerance
Pretty drought tolerant 10
Soil salt tolerance
Honest 4
Chilly tolerance
Younger tree killed at 24 °F (-4 °C); mature bushes at 26 °F (-3 °C) 2
Plant spacing
25 ft (7.6 m) or extra ft away from the closest tree and/or construction 2
Roots
Shallow and agressive root system 5
Invasive potential *
None reported
Pest/illness
resistance

Few
insect issues; some varieties are prone to scab, which causes
irregularly-shape brown corky areas on the peel floor that often
break up2
Recognized hazard
The seed is alleged to be poisonous 5



Studying Materials

White
Sapote Rising within the Residence Panorama, College of Florida pdf
White Sapote,
Fruits of Heat Climates
White Sapote,
California Uncommon Fruit Growers
Casimiroa edulis
Llave & Lex.
, Agroforestree Database
The White Sapote and
Wooly-Leaf White Sapote, Archives of the Uncommon Fruit Council
of Australia



Origin

Highlands of central Mexico and Central America. 2

Description
The white sapote
is a species with nice potential as a dooryard fruit in Florida.
Regardless of its identify, it doesn’t belong to the Sapote household, however is a
distant citrus relative. The flavour of the custard like pulp ranges
from honest to spectacular. A mature tree is able to very excessive yields.
The white sapote is a rugged species and can develop and fruit as far
north as Orlando. 5

The widespread identify for this tree could also be complicated, for it’s not
truly associated to the sapotes within the household Sapotaceae. The Aztecs
referred to as this tree cochiztzapotl
(“sleep-producing sapote”), for they believed that consuming the fruit
induced sleepiness. 7

Leaves


Fig. 8. White Sapote (C. edulis cv. white sapote)
Fig. 9. C. edulis
(white sapote). Leaves, Kula Ace {Hardware} and Nursery, Maui, Hawai’i.

Flowers

Flowers are small,
inconspicuous, and greenish-yellow. They’re born on brief panicles.
The flower of the white sapote is often hidden within the foliage of the
tree. 5
White
sapote flowers are good though some flowers could also be functionally
feminine; male flowers might differ within the quantity of pollen produced. Some
cultivars (e.g. ‘Reinikie industrial’, ‘Golden Globe’, ‘Blumenthal’ and
‘Yellow’) require cross-pollination whereas others (e.g.
‘Ortego’
and ‘Vernon’) don’t (George and Nissen, 1991). 6

Fruit

The
fruit measures from 2 to five
inches in diameter. The pores and skin ranges in shade from inexperienced to
golden-yellow. It’s skinny and tender however is inedible and bitter. The
flesh ranges from white to off-white and is usually dotted with minute
yellow oil glands. The feel is easy, moist, and custard like. The
style is nice with hints of banana, vanilla, lemon and peach. The
fruit comprises Three to eight seeds, as much as an inch in size, that resemble
large citrus seeds. 5
Woolyleaf white sapote, Casimiroa
tetrameria
, is most well-liked by some. 4
The woolly-leaved white sapote, usually referred to as C. tetrameria might
be solely a variant of C.
edulis.
It often has 5 leaflets, bigger and thicker than
these of C. edulis
and velvety-white on the underside, and all of the elements of the flowers
are in 4’s. 8



Fig. 5. Fruit, reduce open to point out the flesh and the
seed.
Fig. 6. White Sapote C.
edulis
, Papalotla, Estado de México

Notice: Fruits are wonderful when eaten ripe (Fig. 3,4).
Unripe fruits have a bitter style, and flesh very close to the pores and skin can
typically have a bitter style. Often the flesh is scooped out with a
spoon and eaten uncooked. 12

Varieties

There are a
quite a few white sapote varieties, and quite a few varieties are
obtainable within the U.S. and Florida. Generally obtainable
varieties embrace ‘Reinikie’, ‘Dade’, ‘Pike’, ‘Suebelle’, ‘Smathers’,
‘Homestead’, and ‘Golden’. 2

Varieties for Florida,
College of Florida

Harvesting
A slight shade
change is usually the perfect indication of maturity. The fruit have to be
clipped from the department. Whether it is pulled from the department, the world
across the stem insert will spoil earlier than the remainder of the flesh
ripens. The fruit is able to eat when barely comfortable to the
contact.
5
Fruits which have ripened available will hold in good situation within the
house fridge for a minimum of 2 weeks. 10
Relying upon local weather and cultivar, white sapote might have as much as 5
crops/12 months. Days from flowering to reap is about 120. Fruit thinning
has been noticed to extend fruit dimension (McCain, 1993). 6

Pollination
White sapote
flowers are pollinated by bugs. Some varieties might solely produce
functionally feminine flowers and thus require cross pollination for good
fruit manufacturing. 2
In Florida, flowers of some heavy-bearing, double-cropping, bushes have
been noticed so closely labored by bees that their buzzing is heard
a number of ft away. 10

Propagation
White sapote
bushes could also be propagated by seed or vegetatively. Seeds must be
planted inside Three weeks of harvesting from the fruit, and seedlings might
start to bear in 7 to eight years. White sapote varieties don’t come true
to seed and subsequently have to be vegetatively propagated by grafting or budding onto
seedling rootstock. Grafting and budding is most sucessful throughout the
heat season when bushes are actively rising. 2
Grafted bushes will begin bearing in Three or Four years. 10

Seeds must be sown inside 3-Eight weeks of extraction as viability
declines after this time. 6

They won’t come true-to-type from seed.

Pruning
Newly planted bushes
could also be reduce to three ft (1 m) to encourage low branching and periodic
tipping of elongated shoots is advisable to induce additional branching.
Gentle annual pruning is advisable to provide extra fruiting laterals
and inner leaf protection to guard fruit from sunburn. 6
Alternatively, younger bushes ought to have their terminal buds eliminated when
they’re 3′ tall to advertise lateral branching. When the brand new laterals
have grown to 2′ in size, they too ought to have their terminal buds
eliminated to induce much more branching. 7
Cultivars which naturally set heavy crops of
small-sized fruit might should be thinned to just one or two fruit per
cluster. 14

Fertilizing

After planting,
when new progress begins, apply 1/Four lb (113 g) of a younger tree fertilizer
akin to a 6-6-6-2 (%nitrogen-% phosphate-% potash-% magnesium) with
minor components with 20 to 30% of the nitrogen from natural sources.
Repeat this each 6 to eight weeks for the primary 12 months, then step by step
enhance the quantity of fertilizer to 0.5, 0.75, 1.Zero lb (227 g, 341 g,
454 g) because the tree grows. Use Four to six minor factor (dietary) foliar
sprays per 12 months from April to September. 2
For
mature bushes, 2.5 to five.Zero lbs (1.1–2.Three kg) of fertilizer per software
2 to three occasions per 12 months is advisable. The fertilizer combine also needs to
embrace phosphate (P2O5) and potash (K2O); use a 6-6-6, 8-3-9 or
related materials. Use 2 to three minor factor (dietary) foliar sprays
per 12 months from April to September. 2

Irrigation
Newly planted
white sapote bushes must be watered at planting and each different day
for the primary week or so, after which 1 to 2 occasions every week for the primary
couple of months. Throughout extended dry durations (e.g., 5 or extra days of
little to no rainfall), newly planted and younger white sapote bushes
(first Three years) must be watered as soon as every week. As soon as the wet season
arrives, irrigation frequency could also be diminished or stopped. 2
As soon as
white sapote bushes are Four or extra years outdated, watering will probably be helpful
to plant progress and crop yields solely throughout very extended dry durations
throughout the 12 months. Mature white sapote bushes don’t want frequent
watering, and over watering might trigger bushes to say no or be unthrifty.
2
Withold water whereas dormant or fruiting will probably be scarce. 4

Pests
The white sapote has few pure enemies however the fruits of some
cultivars are attacked by fruit flies. 10

Poison:
The seed is alleged to be
fatally poisonous if eaten uncooked by people or animals. Extractions from the
kernels are a sexy and deadly bait for American cockroaches,
having the benefit of killing on the spot fairly than at some
distance after ingestion of the poison. 8

Meals Makes use of

White sapotes are
greatest eaten raw. Cooking makes them limp and fewer flavorful.
Sapotes might be eaten alone or mixed with different recent fruits in
salads for added curiosity. Puree peeled, seeded sapote and blend with
orange juice or milk and some drops of vanilla to make a refreshing
drink. 3
C. edulis
fruit has a remarkably excessive meals worth, virtually as wealthy in protein,
carbohydrate and nutritional vitamins as bananas. 9
They freeze very efficiently, will hold
indefinitely and when
thawed retain their authentic flavour. They are often frozen entire, or the
pulp might be sliced, chopped or blended earlier than freezing, and can be utilized
like ice cream when desired. A scrumptious milk shake might be made by
mixing recent comfortable or frozen pulp with sufficient chilly milk to present a
thick milk shake. 13

South
Florida Tropicals: White Sapote, College of Florida pdf (archived)

Medicinal Properties **
C. edulis‘s
bark, seeds and leaves include a glucoside referred to as Casimirosine that has
proved to have an hypnotic and sedative impact. Regionally, it’s used
medicinally to induce sleep, and a decoction of the leaves can be used
to deal with diabetes, whereas in China it’s popularly used to decrease blood
stress. 9

Poison
The seed is alleged to be
fatally poisonous if eaten uncooked by people or animals. Extractions from the
kernels are a sexy and deadly bait for American cockroaches,
having the benefit of killing on the spot fairly than at some
distance after ingestion of the poison. 8

Basic
Botanically it’s Casimiroa
edulis
;
the species is within the household Rutaceae, which additionally contains Citrus.
Their mutual affinity might be seen within the seeds, as these of Casimiroa are a
duplicate of an orange pip magnified by ten. 15

Additional Studying
Casimiroa,
Archives of the Uncommon Fruit Council of Australia
Goldenberry, Passionfruit, & White Sapote: Potential Fruits for Cool Subtropical Areas, New Crops, Purdue College
The White Sapote,
Archives of the Uncommon Fruit Council of Australia
White Sapote,
Handbook Of Tropical And Subtropical Fruits
White Sapote: Distinctive and
Scrumptious, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Backyard
The White Sapote,
Tropical Fruit Information, RFCI

Record of
Growers and Distributors

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Fig. 1,4,13,14White sapote Redland, grafted,
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