[nafex] Sweet 16 Seedling

Sam Franc franc at oregonfast.net
Mon Sep 10 19:17:11 EDT 2001


    I would be pleased to try the seedling.
How do you hold it over without mildew?
My wood in the reefer always seems to mildew before I can use it.
Sam
On the Oregon Coast.
Our growing season runs from Feb to Nov.

Joe and Ellen Hecksel wrote:

> Hello all:
>
> We had 60 MPH (100 KPH) winds this weekend.  It shortened some of my
> trees.  The Northern Spy/M26 broke off 2" above the ground.  That tree
>
> was the host of a branch of a Sweet 16 open pollinated seedling.
>
> Stuck with a bad situation, I collected bud wood and budded a couple
> of
> trees, although it is really late in the season to hope for much
> success.  I will hold some of the wood over and use it for dormant
> wood
> grafting.
>
> I will be tickled to share some of these budsticks, especially to
> anybody in longer season areas.  I am afraid that I will lose the


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