[NAFEX] Re: nafex Digest, Vol 21, Issue 69

tanis cuff tanistanis at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 11 11:10:15 EST 2004

I don't believe these are getting cold damge, in my colder zone.  I'm 
supposing it's the soil, which tends to be acidic.  And sandy ("loamy sand" 
to "sandy loam")

----Original Message Follows----
From: "Naomi"
To: "'North American Fruit Explorers'" <>
Subject: RE: [NAFEX] Re: nafex Digest, Vol 21, Issue 69
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 11:47:22 -0700

My experience is similar to Lucky's.  I am also  Zone 6 in Idaho with
alkaline soil.

-----Original Message-----
From: nafex-bounces On Behalf Of Lucky Pittman
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 11:43 AM
To: North American Fruit Explorers
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Re: nafex Digest, Vol 21, Issue 69

Tanis wrote:
 >I have 'Timm' & 'Success' from the late great Bear Creek Nursery, and
 >another suckery selection from a local landscape nursery.  Got an
 >average of 5" growth in 10 years, then I started fertilizing w/ lime, I
 >think the bag says hydrated lime, a tablespoon in a gallon of water per
 >plant once per year.  They now display noticeable expansion, but not

I've got a couple of those row-run Timm & Success seedlings from BCN, as
well, and they are the most vigorous and productive alnifolia selections in
my little collection of varieties, and the flavor is as good or better than
that of the named, tissue-cultured selections like Regent & Smoky.  Still
well under 4 ft tall, but suckering and spreading vigorously.

Lucky Pittman
USDA Cold Zone 6
AHS Heat Zone 7
Hopkinsville, KY

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