[NAFEX] Che(Cudrania tricuspidata )
jmichaelnave at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 30 20:58:55 EDT 2007
I've done a fair amount of research on Che
intermittently over the last 15 years trying to find
one that has decent fruit, but the germplasm in the US
is very limited and everything is fairly similar. Even
in China though, where they do have named cultivars,
they usually don't think of it as a very good fruit.
What keeps me interested is that it's a very tough
plant and very pretty in the fall. I just wish the
fruit was better.
--- bill dality <namtoo at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Is Cudrania tricuspidata graft compatible on Morus
> alba ...or vice versa?
> Does anyone have a selection of this fruit
> (Chinese melon berry) wch is exceptional in fruit
> size or fruit quality.
> I gather from Jerry's comment that the pollinated
> fruit is significantly larger than the unpollinated
> (seedless) fruit.
> From Jerry Lehman:
> Growing here zone 5b central West Indiana is one
> Chinese melon berry, Che also spelled Chi. It fruits
> almost every year and as I don't have a male it is
> small and seedless. Fruits are bright red when ripe,
> and taste like mulberry and melon. Haven't seen a
> problem with winter damage here.
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