[NAFEX] Winter Hardy Tropicals
suzirt at gmail.com
Tue Feb 27 17:37:58 EST 2007
*Hardy citrus notes* by David Lavergne, Fall 2005 (32 no. 4), p. 34
Paul Evans Library of Fruit Science
Missouri Fruit Experiment Station
Missouri State University
On 2/27/07, dwoodard at becon.org <dwoodard at becon.org> wrote:
> Geoffrey, there was at least one review article on hardy citrus in the
> Pomona a few years ago that covered these topics. I don't know if the
> index goes that far yet.
> Doug Woodard
> St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
> On Mon, 26 Feb 2007, Geoffrey Tolle wrote:
> > Folks,
> > I've been researching zone 5 hardy tropicals with an eye towards
> > trying to grow some within the next couple of years. I still have a lot
> > to research but I have a few questions that some of you pioneers may be
> > able to answer.
> > 3) Oranges - Ponicirus trifoliata is listed as having fruit that is
> > inedible (bitter, I assume) or lemon-like. What are people's experiences
> > out there? Is it worth growing as a lemon substitute? Does the fruit
> > mature in sone 5? Does anyone have experience with any of the other
> > winter-hardy hybrids out there?
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