[NAFEX] Hazelnuts in NC OT?
abhayner at gmail.com
Thu Feb 3 14:42:11 EST 2011
I am trying to remember where I ordered them from....
it was a place that specialized in nuts, different varieties, and crosses...
also it had many hybrid oak trees.
I am thinking it was a place on the west coast.
I don't know if they were blight resistant or not, but they just grew VERY
slowly... there was a whole row of them so there should have been enough
I don't think I would plant them again, not in this area. But you are in
another area! maybe it would be different there.
I didn't see warped or deformed leaves.
But, those years were drought years, and they were out where I could not
We lost a lot of young apple trees about the same time.
now in NC
nary a filbert to be seen anywhere around here....
On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 2:18 PM, Scott Smith <scott at cs.jhu.edu> wrote:
> On Feb 3, 2011, at 1:41 PM, Amelia Hayner wrote:
> > they did not grow well for me in VA.
> Amelia, did you try the new blight resistant varieties? And, what problem
> did you have with them? I ordered some of the new blight-resistant strains
> from Raintree this spring to give them a try.
> Scott z7 MD
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