[nafex] Gearing up for next year

Louis Pittman lpittman at murraystate.edu
Sun Nov 22 09:32:35 EST 2020

Oops.  Forgot to promote blueberries for western KY - by all means,  plant
rabbiteye and Southern Highbush types... even though UofKY extension folks
may not recommend them, our experience is that they're 10X more productive
than the Northern Highbush types we started out with.
Apple serviceberry (A.x grandiflora) can be very good - but some years, and
some varieties, fruits will be decimated by cedar-serviceberry rust.

Lucky Pittman

On Sat, Nov 21, 2020 at 1:13 PM Elizabeth Hilborn <ehilborn at mebtel.net>

> I am in central NC zone 7a. But very high humidity, pest pressure.
> My most successful crops are persimmons (Asian and American), European
> pears and Kieffer pear, blueberries, mulberries, grapes, aronia, jujube,
> and figs (figs may be marginal for cold tolerance in your area). I have
> struggled with pawpaws, but it just appears to be a problem with my
> site- I am not sure.
> Elizabeth
> On 11/21/2020 8:57 AM, Craig Evankoe wrote:
> > I recently moved to western Kentucky and need recommendations on what
> fruit trees will grow well here in spite of the humidity. Also sources of
> scion wood and rootstock would be helpful.
> >
> > Sent from my iPad
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