[NAFEX] What a rootstock cando/precosity too?

tanis grif tanisgrif at yahoo.com
Sun May 13 10:25:01 EDT 2007


Recent review of my nursery notes on precosity on Bud.118 & MM111 shows a strong
trend for the first flower clusters to be on the ends of "branches" (or, are whip's
branches called "feathers"?) and the 2nd year, flower clusters are nearer the
interior.

 
--- Thomas Olenio <> wrote:

> ... I have a number of Improved Snow apple trees on a number of rootstocks.
> All have fruiting spurs.  The odd ball is grafted to a wild rootstock and on
> only produce bloom at the tip... 
> 

> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Fruth
> Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2007 8:56 AM
> To: NAFEX
> Subject: [NAFEX] What a rootstock cando
> 
>     When I bought adjacent property, it had a deceased apple with only 
> rootstock growing.  So I grafted a Honey Crisp onto it from one of my trees.
> 
> My tree produces fruit on spurs but the grafted one produces on terminal 
> ends of new growth.
> 



       
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