[nafex] Grafting filberts/hazels

Tom Volkening volkenin at mail.lib.msu.edu
Thu Sep 14 11:13:18 EDT 2000


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It looks like the Extension Bulletin Office at Michigan State still list the
publication mentioned, NCR237 Growing Nuts, 30pp., 1.50* Below is the web
site address for the office.  It has instructions for ordering publications
from them.  http://ceenet.msue.msu.edu/bulletin/totalcat.html

"Growing Nuts" is listed in the "GARDENING - FLOWERS, HOUSEPLANTS AND
ORNAMENTALS" section of their catalog.

Tom Volkening
Engineering Library
1515 Engineering Building
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1226
Phone:  517-432-1498
Fax:      517-353-9041
Email:    volkenin at mail.lib.msu.edu
              volkenin at egr.msu.edu


-----Original Message-----
From: Lucky Pittman [mailto:Lucky.Pittman at murraystate.edu]
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2000 10:51 AM
To: nafex at egroups.com
Subject: [nafex] Grafting filberts/hazels



I've had NO experience working with Corylus.

There is a Cooperative Extension Service publication(Mchigan St. Univ.) - 
may be out of print, mine is a photcopy dated Oct 1986 "Growing Nuts", 
which, in addition to general descriptions of the various northern nut 
species and management/production recommendations, has a short section on 
grafting, including descriptions of the "Farris technique of greenwood 
budding for filberts", developed, I presume, by Cecil Farris.

Copies of this publication, if still available, can be obtained by writing: 
NCR Educational Materials Project, B-10 Curtiss Hall, Iowa St. Univ., Ames, 
IA 50011. (515)294-8802; or your local Cooperative Extension Service office 
may be able to get a copy for you.

I might be able to get someone in the front office to scan the filbert 
section in and convert it to an e-file, if there's enough interest.
Lucky Pittman
USDA Zone 6
Hopkinsville, KY









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