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Re: [nafex] FW: website?

This must be Martha Wells from Madisonville, TX.  Tell her to go over to
King's Orchard in Plantersville and see what they have.  The orchard is full
of all manner of low chill fruit, including plum.  I'm sure they will have
something for her.
Doreen Howard

-----Original Message-----
From: Lon J. Rombough <lonrom@hevanet.com>
To: NAFEX List <nafex@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Monday, February 05, 2001 8:00 AM
Subject: [nafex] FW: website?

>Does someone have experience on what is graft compatible on Mexican plum
>this lady?  Please be sure to send a copy of any reply directly to her.
>-Lon Rombough
>From: flylo@txcyber.com
>To: lonrom@HEVANET.COM
>Subject: website?
>Date: Mon, Feb 5, 2001, 2:39 AM
><color><param>0100,0100,0100</param>Hi Lon;
>I can't remember if you have a website, and if so why haven't I
>bookmarked it?
>I'm actually looking for someone in the South who sells whipstock.
><italic>I</italic>I want to do my little graft-experiment and don't have
>the tops that
>would work (I don't think) with the rootstock I want to try.
>I've talked about this before (with yourself, I think), I've just never
>done it.
>We are over run with little dwarf native Mexican plum tree'thicket'. I
>want to dig up a small tree and replant it, replacing the top with
>something cultivated. What (besides plum) would work on this
>root? I have a peach tree that needs it's branches cut back, would
>that work?
>Martha, (Texas)
>See TexCat Web page:

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