[NAFEX] Moving apple trees

Ed Fackler ed.fackler at gmail.com
Mon Sep 25 18:49:57 EDT 2006


Paul:

      You can successfully transplant those trees in your area anytime after
around Oct. 15-20.
ed


On 9/25/06, Paul Cabe <CabeP at wlu.edu> wrote:
>
>  I have decided I must move about 6 young apple trees.  They were planted
> last spring, and some the spring before.  Most are on semi-dwarf rootstocks
> (Geneva 11 and 16).
>
> I'd appreciate advice on logistics - when is the best time to do this?
> Any other specific advice?
>
> thanks,
> Paul
> Zone 6, Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
>
>
>
> Paul R. Cabe, PhD
> Associate Professor of Biology
> Washington and Lee University
> Lexington, VA 24450
> (540)458-8894
> (540)458-8012 (fax)
>
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