[NAFEX] nafex Digest, Vol 102, Issue 8

Steven Covacci filtertitle at aol.com
Fri Jul 8 17:27:12 EDT 2011


Alex:


Two questions..



Will flowering quince graft to hawthorn? 


Also, when 'they' say hawthorn and pear/quince are graft-compatable, are they speaking of the common European single-seed hawthorn, or generally most hawthorns, including US natives like C. crus-gallis, etc.?


Thanks,
Steve; NJ 6b/7a






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Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2011 10:19:21 +0100 (BST)
From: Alexander Dragotin <a_dragotin at yahoo.de>
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Will medlars experience long-term graft rejection
	on	native hawthorn or Asian pear roostock?
To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
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Some schoolbooks tell that medlar is compatibel with hawthorn as rootstock. 
Years ago I tryed it. First year was everything in order. But in the second 
years the medlar grow slowed down. May be the widespread hawthorn in my location 

is a special one. Then I grafted first quince on the hawthorn rootstock and on 
the quince I put the medlar. The gained medlar plants are rich fruiting many 
years. 

Quince grows and fruits well on hawthorn. And with quince intermediate peace 
some pears cultivars would grow. And over the compatible pear  cultivars may be 
grafted everyone other pear. 

Wishing good luck,
Alex
USDA 6, Bavaria, Germany








 



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