[NAFEX] scions?

Lucky Pittman lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu
Sat Mar 25 12:28:04 EST 2006

At 09:32 PM 3/24/2006, you wrote:
>     Just checking in.  Our weather has been so up and down, many 
> things are coming out but some are standing still.  I cut a few 
> apple scions and put them in a cold fridge at a friend's house, but 
> don't have handy access to a cold fridge.  If you have any scions 
> cut for me, please hold them awhile longer.
Can do.
I spent several hours going through bags of scionwood in the fridge 
here at the office last night, and put together a package for you 
with some shagbark and beach plum scions;
Fridge at home went out, and the Guthrie scions I had in there for 
you had already broken dormancy before I got 'em out of there - guess 
it had been too warm for too long.  I do have some of the Dudley Boyd 
Rd. Chickasaw plum scionwood, if you'd care to try that.

Just let me know when you want me to ship scions.

If you need some BW, I've got some Daniels & Thomas Myers cut, could 
probably get some Kwik Krop and Clermont, maybe some Emma Kay.


>  I cut some walnut last week and then forgot them in the truck 
> where  the hot sun came out and shined directly on them in their 
> plastic bag.  That hot sun is all gone now, but the scions were 
> probably shot.  I have been bringing tomato plants in and out and 
> in and out, it's ridiculous.
>     Accidentally got the fibroids on the run.  I took goldenseal 
> for a week for something, and the fibroids got real quiet.  Looked 
> in a couple of herb books we never look in, found that the Chinese 
> would regard goldenseal as good for reducing circulation to 
> fibroids, and that in Russia goldenseal is used ONLY for women's 
> problems.  This is the second cycle since this fortunate discovery, 
> and they are actually shrinking.  I'm back down to looking 4 months 
> pregnant instead of 5 months, a big improvement.  Gotta run.    Donna
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