Lon J. Rombough
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Mon Sep 12 09:47:02 EDT 2005
Uneven ripening can also be a sign of overcropping, and Canadice is so
productive it's easy to overload it without meaning to.
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On Sep 12, 2005, at 5:53 AM, Jim Fruth wrote:
I've got a Canadice that ripens unevenly. Could that be an effect of
cold-weather growing (zone 3) opposite to Concord's hot weather uneven
Pequot Lakes, MN
One of Concord's peculiarities is that in hotter climates it ripens
unevenly, just as you describe.
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