[NAFEX] Sweet cherries in the South?
lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 3 09:20:12 EDT 2004
My tree seems to be growing well. I have a few fruits
for the first time this year (ive had it for about 4
years). I do spray a little Daconil in the spring and
Dorment Oil in winter, but it has it hasent given me
to much trouble (yet). If I can get rid of the
Japanise bettles. it would be picture perfect all
I was surprized it was the Nankings that were started
giving me trouble. Who would have thought!
--- Uwillard at aol.com wrote:
> Robert Hamilton mentioned in his post that he has a
> Stella cherry in Atlanta.
> I planted only tart cherries because I was assured
> the sweets would not
> thrive in Tennessee. How does yours do, Robert? Does
> anyone else have success with
> sweet cherries in the South or upper South? Because
> we live at some elevation
> in the Smokies, our summer days are typically in the
> low 80's and humid, and
> nights cool down to the 60's or 70's.
> Uma Willard, Zone 6, East Tennessee
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