[NAFEX] Propagating sour cherry *now*, Ohio

Thomas Olenio tolenio at sentex.net
Tue Aug 17 18:22:19 EDT 2004


Hello,

How large is the cherry tree?

It is possible to move trees.  Just a matter of balancing top growth and  
root ball.

There does come a point when it is impossible.

Later,
Tom

On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 15:54:07 -0400 (EDT), K.Russell <krussell at oberlin.edu>  
wrote:

> I am moving from a house which has a fantastic sour cherry on the
> property. Although I tried some last-minute chip budding last month,
> none of it took. I am in Ohio, zone 5-6... and hoping to find a
> way to propagate this cherry tree in what id left of the summer.
> Any pointers? Is there anything I can do right now?
>
> Ready with a grafting knife - late August, NE Ohio.
> K W Russell
> krussell at oberlin.edu
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