[nafex] Problem with Nanking Cherry Fruit

caitlin cook-isaacson ccookisaacson at gmail.com
Mon Jun 16 20:44:00 EDT 2014


We had the same thing on only one of our Nankings this year as well, never
before.  Last year, we had some brown rot and removed all of the affected
fruit that we could find. This year, a handful of the fruits grew huge and
banana-shaped about 2 weeks ago, so we removed them as well.  They fruits
were dry and hollow inside with no flesh or seeds.

To me it looks very similar to plum pocket/pocket plum which I have also
seen on some local plums this year.  Dan, if your fruit looks similar,
maybe it is *taphrina pruni*?

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best,
Caitlin
Mpls, MN

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Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2014 08:23:09 -0400
From: Lee Reich <leeareich at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [nafex] Problem with Nanking Cherry Fruit
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Probably brown rot, usually not a major problem with Nanking cherries even
though some fruits get infected.

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On Jun 10, 2014, at 10:15 PM, Dan Nave wrote:

> I have several Nanking Cherry bushes that fruited well last year and have
set fruit well this year also.
> But, I notice that quite a few fruits appear elongated and misshapen with
some greyish or brown discoloration.
> Does anyone know what this is, and what I should do about it?
>
> Dan
>


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