[NAFEX] To Ed Fackler and all, prunus buddding
ed.fackler at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 09:18:00 EDT 2007
With summer (July, August) budding is generally not a problem if
rootstocks are in active growth (irrigated, essentially weed free, etc.)
with of the tree fruits. Could have been dumb luck!
Also in our experience chip budding near always gave better results
that "T" budding. If buds are radically smaller than the rootstock, one
almost has to use a "T" but it is slower and/or more tedious.
On 3/20/07, Siloam Orchards <mail at siloamorchards.com> wrote:
> Ed, I caught your note about propagating plum using "green" buds. I have
> always budded my total inventory in August using mature buds ; my pear and
> apple take is great but prunus is poor. Are you saying that plum etc. should
> be budded earlier, perhaps July using buds that have not set? Thanks for any
> tips, Eric
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