[NAFEX] Organic scion wood

road's end farm organic101 at linkny.com
Thu Nov 7 17:57:04 EST 2002


Found them online; they state that some of their stock is third-party 
certified, but I can't figure out which varieties from the website. I 
sent them email to ask.

Is this the nursery that's confused about what's a good pollinator? I 
think there were some recent postings about this. Does anyone else have 
any experience with them; either in general, or in how their trees do in 
the northeast US?

Thanks -- Rivka

On Thursday, November 7, 2002, at 01:17  PM, fuwa fuwa usagi wrote:

> It was queried:
>
> I'd like to know what nursery this is. There's very little organically
> grown planting stock out there.
>
> My reply:
>
> I think it was "Trees of antiquity".
>
> Fluf
>
>
>
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