[NAFEX] nafex Digest, Vol 48, Issue 72

Lon J. Rombough lonrom at hevanet.com
Mon Jan 29 18:00:50 EST 2007

Hazelnuts (Corylus) will sucker and sprout back from cut stumps without 
spreading out and they are a traditional coppice species used for 
firewood, poles, etc.   The exception is the Turkish Tree Hazel which 
is a non-suckering species.  The late Cecil Farris in Michigan bred 
some good quality varieties that were resistant to eastern filbert 
blight, and it would be worthwhile to look into them.  Remember that 
for nut production you need two different clones that are pollination 
compatible.  Try searching for Cecil Farris's hazlenuts.
=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.
For even more grape lessons, go to  http://www.grapeschool.com
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On Jan 29, 2007, at 2:50 PM, ethan roland wrote:

If anyone has other suggestions for more 'native' species that can fill 
the ecological community niche I'm looking for (woody, 
running/suckering, nitrogen-fixing, fuel-making, food-producing, 
medicinal, small shrubs or herbaceous perennials), please let me know. 
I am indeed in a very experimental phase here, and I welcome input + 
discussion about this little forest garden design.

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