[NAFEX] Potted Apple Culture

Thomas Olenio tolenio at sentex.net
Sat Jul 27 17:36:41 EDT 2002

Hello Bernie,

Thank you for your response, now that I think about it, it makes perfect

Since there is no disease, no insect damage, it only makes sense that it
is putting it's energy into the roots, and leaving the top growth till
next year.

Since I inoculated the bare roots when I transplanted with myco fungi I
was expecting more this year.  Maybe next year.

Thanks again.


Southwest Ontario
Canada Hardiness Zone 6a
(similar to US zone 5)

On Fri, 26 Jul 2002, Bernie Nikolai wrote:

> frequent watering in our record drought conditions here, the leaves are
> small and folded inward, almost in half.  In the past with other trees this
> simply means the roots are growing, and there is no "extra energy" to get
> the top part of the tree to grow.  The next year everything grew normally

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