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Re: [nafex] Two apple questions

I know Nick and saw him at the Home Orchard Society meeting this fall.  He
is still at it, but I'm worried about him.  He's a very nice fellow, but
very overweight, and has aged very noticeably in the last year.  I don't
feel it's polite to ask directly about his health, but the change in his
appearance worries me.
-Lon Rombough
Grapes, unusual fruits, writing, consulting, more, at

>From: Sam Franc <franc@harborside.com>
>To: nafex@egroups.com
>Subject: Re: [nafex] Two apple questions
>Date: Sat, Nov 11, 2000, 2:19 PM

>Nick Botner, who collects and sells hundreds of
>> heirloom varieties carries it on his list --- or at least he did three years
>> ago when I got my latest list from him.  I am not sure that Nick is still in
>> the business, although maybe one of our distinguished members from PNW would
>> know.  From year to year, Nick does not have all his varieties on rootstocks
>> for sale, but he also sells scionwood, and I think he would do custom
>> grafting if asked to do so.  Nick is at 4015 Eagle Valley Rd., Yoncalla, OR
>> 97499, tel. 541-849-2781.

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