sfram at citycom.com
Mon Aug 7 13:42:41 EDT 2000
I can't say much about it, but the self fertile "Issai" kiwi (Actinidia
arguta) which I planted this spring did not like the full sun I planted it
in - here in the Sierra Nevada foothills in Toulumne county. I had read
that they like full sun but it got scorched; so I'm now trying to nurse it
back to health.
>is that the cold hardy kiwi. if so I have not grown it. mine need a male .
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>sals at rain.,org
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>Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2000 6:34 PM
>Subject: self-fertile kiwi?
>> Wondering if anyone has info/experience with self-fertile kiwi vines.
>> I can obtain some and would like to know how well they perform. I'd
>> a different, more recommended variety if it would perform much better,
>> if both male and females were needed for pollination.
>> ojai, CA
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