Lon J. Rombough
lonrom at hevanet.com
Thu Jul 30 00:41:08 EDT 2009
The local species in western Oregon are Amelanchier alnifolia, A.
florida, and A. canadensis. The difference is that they are local
races/biotypes adapted to this area, and have been selected for
resistance to the local diseases. If you do some exploring you should
be able to find local Amelanchier that is adapted to your locale.
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On Jul 29, 2009, at 8:47 PM, Kieran &/or Donna wrote:
Lon, You say your local juneberries are rust resistant. Ours are
not. We have just a few plants here and there, and the few times I've
seen fruit they have been mostly ruined by rust. Lucky sent me starts
of 'Timm x Success' which look completely different and show no rust.
Do you have any idea which species you have there? We mostly have the
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