[NAFEX] "Crandall currant seedlings"
Lon J. Rombough
lonrom at hevanet.com
Fri Nov 6 20:55:12 EST 2009
In an old USDA Yearbook of Agriculture it indicates "Crandall" was
often grown from seed by commercial nurserymen, so it apparently comes
pretty true from seed.
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On Nov 6, 2009, at 5:37 PM, Richard Moyer wrote:
On a related note: ?I have a couple of currant seedlings that look like
they are from my crandall currants. ?Does anyone know if the fruit
quaity of seedlings is likely to be worth their space?
We had only one Ribes for about 10 years, a single Crandall. Seedlings
from it came up in our beds and I planted out a row of 5 of these.
All five are large and sprawling, and the fruit is indistinguishable
from the parent plant.
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