[NAFEX] Low(e?)ville apple and bananas
loneroc1 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 14 17:56:21 EDT 2011
The lowville apple you gave me a couple years back is doing fine.
On another note, it's been a grand fall here in southwest wisconsin. Barely any frost. The green beans and zinnias are still going strong. And the bananas I planted in the vegetable garden this spring have been flowering for a while and the fruit is starting to size up.
I have this sneaking suspicion that winter will catch up to me before I get to eat 'em. One day I'll have a greenhouse!
Steve H. SE WI USDA zone 3-4
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tanis cuff <tanistanis at hotmail.com> wrote:
>Maybe it's the poor sandy soils here, but blackberries usually don't grow wild in the black walnut sites, while black raspberries do.
>sWI, plenty blackberry canes but not much fruit
>> From: Jwlehman at aol.com
>> Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2011 08:28:02 -0400
>> To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
>> Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Juglone toxicity (black walnut effect these?)
>> I forwarded your question to Jim McKenna who is a Juglans and chestnut
>> breeder and developer who works for a joint Purdue-USDA hardwood improvement
>> project located at Purdue Univ. You would have met him at the fall INGA meeting
>> you attended, except his personal schedule kept him home.
>> His answers are in bold blue.
>> > Will juglone toxicity from walnut, particularly black walnut (Juglans
>> > nigra) effect any one or more of the following specific plants?
>> > Rosacea - (native and European) plum &cherry YES; quince YES; rose NOT
>> > SURE; juneberry/serviceberry NOT SURE; strawberry NOT SURE; raspberry &
>> > blackberry NO
>> > Ebenacea - native persimmon NO
>> > Ericacea - blueberry; huckleberry; native rhododendron spp.; mountain
>> > laurel NOT SURE on any of these
>> > Cornaceae - flowering dogwood; bunchberry NOT SURE
>> > Caprifoliaceae - honeyberry NO; native honeysuckle spp. NO
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