[nafex] Looking for sources of black currant plants

Jackie jakuehn at verizon.net
Wed Jan 9 19:13:35 EST 2013


Does anyone know good sources for good black currant plants? Thanks.
Jacquelyn A. Kuehn

pennsacreskitchen.net
wmugradio.org




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> From: "Jim Fruth" <jimfruth at charter.net>
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>    Every instance of multiple trees in the same hole, that I have seen, 
> resulted in the trees pushing each other apart and collapsing OR one 
> strangled the others.
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> From: "Brungardt, Sam (MPCA)" <sam.brungardt at state.mn.us>
> Subject: [nafex] Umeboshi, Japanese apricot, Chinese plum: Prized
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> Umeboshi, Japanese apricot, Chinese plum: Prized fruit by any name<http://www.google.com/url?sa=X&q=http://www.latimes.com/features/home/la-lh-growing-umeboshi-20130108,0,7655132.story%3Ftrack%3Drss&ct=ga&cad=CAEQAhgAIAAoATABOAFAr-yzhwVIAVAAWABiAmVu&cd=qVruKf1JM1E&usg=AFQjCNHP44MKuVv-UnnAs9FtgnD4dwudeQ>
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> The Japanese apricot -- a plant native to China, actually -- is one of the longest lived of the flowering fruit trees. It's a symbol of resilience in the face of adversity thanks to its early flowers, delicate promises of spring that can begin ...
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> Umeboshi, Japanese apricot, Chinese plum: Prized fruit by any name<http://www.latimes.com/features/home/la-lh-growing-umeboshi-20130108,0,7655132.story>
> By Jeff Spurrier
> [Description: Umeboshi, Japanese apricot, Chinese plum: Prized fruit by any name]<http://www.latimes.com/features/home/la-lh-growing-umeboshi-20130108,0,7655132.story>
> Story | January 8, 2013 | 7:53 PM
> ... smoked, boiled or cured with sugar, salt or alcohol, a lengthy process that can take months. The Japanese turn them into umeboshi (sour plum) and add them to sushi for a distinctive salty-and-sour punch. Koreans and Chinese use the fruit to make ...
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