[NAFEX] What's (problematically) compatible with pear?
lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 15 09:40:19 EST 2007
I wonder if it would be a good thing to have a graft
compatability chart on out website for various fruits.
It seems like this could easily be constructed with
the help of our fruit consultants.
This chart would naturally include any compatiblility
issues such as long term over/under growth or long
What do you think?
--- Doc Lisenby <longdistshtr at shtc.net> wrote:
> I sure hope commercial nurseries read what Jim Fruth
> just said. I have had
> beautiful fruit trees which eventually broke off due
> to using a slow growing
> rootstock and a fast growing top. At least we are
> informed and it is our
> fault if this happens. It is happening on a Mayhaw
> presently. I think it is
> on a Quince rootstock.
> Donna just about covered everything you need to know
> about rooting cuttings
> except the religious axioms about paying the
> preacher and going to church
> and praying a lot. I talk to my cuttings. I say;
> "If you don't root, I'll
> feed you to the hogs." (expletives deleted)
> Doc Lisenby
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