[NAFEX] transplanting a young apple tree
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Fri May 6 19:53:47 EDT 2011
Last spring I planted an apple tree in a spot that doesn't get enough light.
Last summer a young apple tree died in a spot that gets more light. I'm not sure what it died from. I tried to trim away a "stump" from a cleft graft, and it looked like the tree was infected at the wound and the infection spread killing the tree. I wondered if it might be fireblight, but I didn't see anything that looked like the descriptions I've read of fireblight, the stem just sort of turned dark and died.
Can I pull out that tree and move the other one to its spot? What is the best time to to that? Any special concerns?
eastern MA, zone 6, where the apples are in full bloom. (as is everything else)
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