[NAFEX] nafex Digest, Vol 44, Issue 45

TIM INMAN TIM at HISTORICINTERIORS.COM
Tue Sep 26 10:37:11 EDT 2006


I paint the sticky wax directly on the tree bark.  Don't see why you 
couldn't wrap paper or fabric first if you wanted to keep the tree cleaner. 
After all, it IS a sticky mess, but it is so effective.  For cherries, my 
Dad wires in roosting sticks in strategically attractive places high in his 
tree, dressed abundantly with the waxy stuff just before the cherries become 
attractive to the birds.  Again, once they land on those sticky perches, 
they go away and don't come back for the duration of the harvest.

Tim Inman
Randolph, IA  51649   Zone 4
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>   1. Re: Selling pawpaws (Charles Rhora)
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>   3. Re: Moving apple trees (Ed Fackler)
>   4. Re: First Buartnut crop (Lucky Pittman)
>   5. Pawpaw Crop (nottke1)
>   6. 'Tree Tanglefoot' sticky wax for squirrels (athagan at atlantic.net)
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> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 16:12:03 -0400
> From: Charles Rhora <rhoras at nuttrees.com>
> Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Selling pawpaws
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> Our crop of paw paw is one of the best I have seen.
> Expect to be able to sell bushels of them to local restaurants
> for their customers enjoyment for deserts.
>
> Charles Rhora,
> Climatic Zone 4 Canada
> http://www.nuttrees.com
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>
> At 11:28 AM 25/09/2006, you wrote:
>
>> >Hal Love wrote:
>> >
>> > > Our pawpaw crop is probably the worst ever.
>> >This year, I have seen one single fruit among hundreds of trees
>> >along our road.
>>
>>Same here.  I've yet to see a single fruit on any A.triloba anywhere
>>in the county.
>>Little grafted A.parviflora in the orchard had its typical good crop,
>>but none on any of the 'wild' pawpaws anywhere I've looked.
>>
>>Lucky Pittman
>>USDA Cold Zone 6
>>AHS Heat Zone 7
>>Hopkinsville, KY
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> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 13:47:59 -0700
> From: "Lon J. Rombough" <lonrom at hevanet.com>
> Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Trees in city
> To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> At one time, the streets of Salem, Oregon were lined with English
> Walnut trees.  As a child I often gathered buckets of them to dry so
> that we could send them to eastern relatives who had none.  On October
> 12, 1962 a freak hurricane took out virtually all the trees, and in 44
> years none have been replanted.  No one knows what to do with them, or
> even cares.
> It's sad, but fruit or nuts as street trees are ignored by the public.
> -Lon Rombough
> Grapes, writing, consulting, my book, The Grape Grower, at
> http://www.bunchgrapes.com  Winner of the Garden Writers Association
> "Best Talent in Writing" award for 2003.
> On Sep 25, 2006, at 12:58 PM, John McCuan wrote:
>
>
>  A number of years ago I was in Leipzig, Germany (in the former East
> Germany).? Along one street some huge trees (18-24 inches in diameter)
> were dropping little red drupes all over the sidewalk, street, etc.??
> Initially I didn't know what they were, but ventured a taste and they
> were delicious!? I at last guessed they were mulberries.
>
>  Unfortunately, the trees were so tall it was impossible to pick the
> fruit without a tall ladder, and since the dropped fruit fell on the
> sidewalks and streets it got trodden under feet and wheels.? I never
> saw anyone pick any.
>
>  Right now, however, the region is fairly prosperous, and people can
> buy food at the market.? During the socialist regime, however, food was
> in shorter supply and I expect the mulberries were consumed then.?
> There is a long tradition of urban gardens in Germany (Scheber gardens)
> and under the GDR those gardens were a significant source of fresh
> vegetables for urban dwellers.
>
>  Also, during WW II England relied heavily on rose hips as a source of
> Vitamin C.? Urban landscapers (and suburban, too)? could view fruit
> plantings as a sort of "insurance policy" for a source of nutrients in
> case shortages did arise, though of course it would be best if the
> fruit were continually appreciated and consumed.
>
>  Melinda McCuan
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> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 17:49:57 -0500
> From: "Ed Fackler" <ed.fackler at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Moving apple trees
> To: "North American Fruit Explorers" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> Paul:
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>      You can successfully transplant those trees in your area anytime 
> after
> around Oct. 15-20.
> ed
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>
> 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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> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 18:51:57 -0500
> From: Lucky Pittman <lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu>
> Subject: Re: [NAFEX] First Buartnut crop
> To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> At 04:23 PM 9/24/2006, you wrote:
>>After 12 years I have my first buartnut crop, maybe 3-4 bushel from 3
>>trees that are cropping.  These are seedling buartnuts from Bear
>>Creek & based on the huge variety of shapes & sizes of the nuts, I
>>would say these are in pretty early stages of selection.  Or will
>>there always be a huge variation with the nuts?  I'm also wondering
>>if the fact that I have black walnuts in the area effects the shape
>>nuts or would that only express itself in the following generation?
> Miekal,
> I would expect all nuts from a single tree to have similar shape,
> though size could be variable.
> Generally black walnut and the butternut/heartnut/Japanese walnut
> group don't bloom close enough to concurrently for cross-pollenation
> to happen readily, and even if it did, I wouldn't anticipate any
> difference in the nuts - only in those produced by resulting seedlings.
>
> Lucky
>
>
>
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> Message: 5
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 20:07:57 -0400 (EDT)
> From: nottke1 <nottke1 at earthlink.net>
> Subject: [NAFEX] Pawpaw Crop
> To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> Our pawpaw crop was above average in both quantity and quality.  I have 
> ten closely spaced trees in production now, each with different ancestry. 
> Will pick the last ones this week.
>
> Jim Nottke
> NC Zone 7
>
>
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> Message: 6
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 20:17:54 -0400
> From: athagan at atlantic.net
> Subject: [NAFEX] 'Tree Tanglefoot' sticky wax for squirrels
> To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> Tim,
>
> Do you put the sticky wax directly on the tree bark or on something
> like paper then wrap that around the tree?  This might be the thing
> for keeping the bushy tailed rodents out of my pomegranate tree.
>
> .....Alan.
>
> Quoting TIM INMAN <TIM at HISTORICINTERIORS.COM>:
>
>> I hope I'm doing this correctly.  I'm wanting to respond to message
>> 2 about
>> squirrels.
>>
>> I have had great results keeping squirrels out of my peach trees by
>> using
>> common 'Tree Tanglefoot' sticky wax.  When the peaches begin to
>> turn color -
>> which is exactly when my squirrels begin to get interested - I go
>> on the
>> attack with sticky wax.  I paint it about 30 to 36 inches above
>> ground all
>> around the trunk and the first low branches.  I go that high so
>> they won't
>> be able to just jump over it.  My observation is that when they get
>> one paw
>> full of this sticky stuff, they immediately loose interest in going
>> any
>> farther with my peaches.  Keeps 'em out for the duration of the
>> ripening
>> season for me.  I suggested this to one of our local commercial
>> orchards and
>> they tell me it is working for them, too.  I'm guessing that it
>> wouldn't be
>> necessary to treat every tree in the orchard if you have a lot of
>> trees.  I
>> think it is nasty enough stuff that 'any' contact would be too much
>> contact
>> for them.  I like it because it is completely harmless to the
>> animals.  Just
>> nasty to deal with.  Serves 'em right.  I get peaches and they get
>> to clean
>> off their sticky little paws.  Works on cherries, too.
>>
>> Tim Inman
>> Randolph, Ia  51649    Zone 4
>>
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>> >   1. Re: Selling pawpaws (mangodance)
>> >   2. Re: Squirrels (W3cmp at aol.com)
>> >   3. Re: Lingonberries (Brungardt, Sam)
>> >   4. Re: Selling pawpaws (Lucky Pittman)
>> >   5. Re: Squirrels & deer (mangodance)
>> >   6. Re: Squirrels & deer (Lucky Pittman)
>> >
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>> > Message: 1
>> > Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:42:22 -0400
>> > From: mangodance <bmn at iglou.com>
>> > Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Selling pawpaws
>> > To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
>> > Message-ID: <4517EACE.4080303 at iglou.com>
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>> > Hal Love wrote:
>> >
>> >> Our pawpaw crop is probably the worst ever. Wild pawpaws are
>> probably
>> >> the most common understory plant around here, and usually start
>> to drop
>> >> abundant fruit about this time each year. This year, I have seen
>> one
>> >> single fruit among hundreds of trees along our road. Usually,
>> the fruits
>> >> drop onto the pavement and splat, often covering sections of
>> road with
>> >> pawpaw mush. I noticed large numbers of flowers on the trees
>> this past
>> >> spring, so there must have been a problem with pollinators.
>> Anyone else
>> >> notice a lack of pawpaws?
>> >
>> > Pawpaws are notoriously poor pollinators.  However, with a little
>> help
>> > from growers, they will bear in good numbers.  Siting of plants
>> also
>> > will have an impact.  Wild pawpaws are an understory tree and
>> typically
>> > will not fruit as well as those grown out in the sunlight (like
>> most
>> > orchard trees).
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > ------------------------------
>> >
>> > Message: 2
>> > Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:51:43 EDT
>> > From: W3cmp at aol.com
>> > Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Squirrels
>> > To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
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>> > Hello all:
>> >     Squirrels are one of the biggest pains ever invented.  I
>> fight a
>> > constant battle against them every year.  Despite a resident hawk
>> who
>> > takes care of
>> > several every year, I end up using a have a heart trap to capture
>> them
>> > (peanut
>> > butter bait), and a bb gun to dispose of them.  I put them down
>> nearby
>> > ground
>> > hog holes to try to encourage the resident groundhogs to
>> relocate,
>> > preferably
>> > away from t he woods that border my orchard.  Squirrels can strip
>> a peach
>> > or
>> > apple tree in a couple days. They seem to prefer the peaches
>> after skin
>> > color
>> > changes but before the peaches are ripe.  They like sweeter apple
>>
>> > varieties
>> > like gala early in the apple ripening cycle, but will go after
>> just about
>> > anything.
>> >     I originally tried to relocate the squirrels but was
>> cautioned against
>> > doing that-they can travel several miles back to their "home",
>> i.e., my
>> > orchard, and moving them just causes someone else a problem.
>> >     I put groundhogs, possums, skunks and raccoons in the same
>> category as
>> > squirrels.  It's a never ending battle to keep them from
>> butchering up
>> > fruit as
>> > well.
>> >
>> >                                                    Chris
>> Patterson Zone 6
>> > SE
>> > Pa.
>> >
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>> > Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:18:45 -0500
>> > From: "Brungardt, Sam" <Sam.Brungardt at state.mn.us>
>> > Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Lingonberries
>> > To: "North American Fruit Explorers" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
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>> > Jim, I don't know any lingonberry growers, but I'll bet you could
>> find
>> > some if you contacted the folks at the Horticulture Dept. at the
>> Univ.
>> > of Wisconsin-Madison.  Prof. Eldon Stang worked on this crop for
>> a
>> > number of years.  He may be retired now, but there is probably
>> an
>> > extension fruit specialist who would know the growers in
>> Wisconsin and
>> > maybe Minnesota. -- Sam Brungardt, St. Paul, Minn.
>> >
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org
>> > [mailto:nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Jim Fruth
>> > Sent: Monday, September 25, 2006 8:59 AM
>> > To: NAFEX
>> > Subject: [NAFEX] Lingonberries
>> >
>> >
>> >    Does anyone grow Lingonberries to sell or know of a business
>> that
>> > wholesales Lingonberry Jam?
>> >
>> >    I tried growing them and failed.  I'll try again but would
>> prefer if
>> > I could buy from someone else.
>> >
>> > Jim Fruth
>> > Brambleberry Farm
>> > Pequot Lakes, MN  56472
>> > www.bberryfarm.com
>> > (218)568-8483 [Store]
>> > (218)831-7018 [My Cell]
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>> > Message: 4
>> > Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:28:35 -0500
>> > From: Lucky Pittman <lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu>
>> > Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Selling pawpaws
>> > To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
>> > Message-ID: <7.0.0.16.0.20060925101809.03147180 at murraystate.edu>
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>> >
>> >>Hal Love wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > Our pawpaw crop is probably the worst ever.
>> >>This year, I have seen one single fruit among hundreds of trees
>> >>along our road.
>> >
>> > Same here.  I've yet to see a single fruit on any A.triloba
>> anywhere
>> > in the county.
>> > Little grafted A.parviflora in the orchard had its typical good
>> crop,
>> > but none on any of the 'wild' pawpaws anywhere I've looked.
>> >
>> > Lucky Pittman
>> > USDA Cold Zone 6
>> > AHS Heat Zone 7
>> > Hopkinsville, KY
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > ------------------------------
>> >
>> > Message: 5
>> > Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 11:30:00 -0400
>> > From: mangodance <bmn at iglou.com>
>> > Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Squirrels & deer
>> > To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
>> > Message-ID: <4517F5F8.8010709 at iglou.com>
>> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed
>> >
>> > For those of you who cull them, but don't eat them, don't
>> overlook local
>> > wildlife rehab facilities that rehab hawks, eagles, owls, etc.  A
>> friend
>> > once spent 3 months culling them from his orchard and freezing
>> them.  A
>> > local rehabber was happy to get the feed.
>> >
>> > BTW, many rehabbers and sanctuaries also are in need of deer
>> meat.
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > ------------------------------
>> >
>> > Message: 6
>> > Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:46:09 -0500
>> > From: Lucky Pittman <lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu>
>> > Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Squirrels & deer
>> > To: North American Fruit Explorers <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
>> > Message-ID: <7.0.0.16.0.20060925104404.031aefb8 at murraystate.edu>
>> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed
>> >
>> > At 10:30 AM 9/25/2006, Barry wrote:
>> >>For those of you who cull them, but don't eat them, don't
>> overlook local
>> >>wildlife rehab facilities that rehab hawks, eagles, owls, etc.  A
>> friend
>> >>once spent 3 months culling them from his orchard and freezing
>> them.  A
>> >>local rehabber was happy to get the feed.
>> >
>> > Good point.
>> > We ran a raptor rehab center here at the lab for years, and I
>> was
>> > always on the lookout for roadkill squirrels, rabbits, and even
>> small
>> > opossums, to be fed to the birds.  Stopping to pick up roadkill
>> > critters mortified my kids even more than my leaf-hauling forays
>> > throughout the fall.
>> >
>> > Lucky
>> >
>> >
>> >
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