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  • From: "Kristina & Bruce" <>
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  • Subject: [NAFEX] Re: quince rust, yuck
  • Date: Wed, 01 May 2002 21:56:27 -0400

My Aromatnaya had been disease free the previous 5+ years, but caught a case
of quince rust last year. I took out the couple remaining junipers last
summer but, in a neighborhood of 50 x 100 ft. lots, I can't get all possible
sources. I'm being more methodical with the spraying this year but limit
myself to organic sprays. Good luck in your battle.
Bruce Wittchen, Zone 6 CT

>Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 09:33:54 -0700 (PDT)
>From: boyd manges <>
>Subject: [NAFEX] quince rust, yuck
>I have a 5 year old boyers quince which is developing
>classic cankers and fruit/foliage signs of quince or
>perhaps cedar apple rust (I have no idea where the
>junipers are, but we cut a large hedge down 2 years
>ago). my question is--1)in order to save me from
>constant spraying with fungicides would I be smart in
>topgrafting a disease resistant variety of quince onto
>the health trunk 2) does anyone know if the new
>Russian quinces are rust resistant?

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