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[nafex] Re: Persimmon Graft
Thanks! I was curious because I grafted 4 D. kaki to 2 D. virginia
rootstocks just a week or so ago. Used my standby of whip & tongue.
Although rootstock is a misnomer since the grafts are ~3 foot up from
SE PA, zone 6
--- In nafex@y..., "Gordon Nofs" <gc_nofs@h...> wrote:
> It was a Dios. V. tree that I had what was supposed to be a Yates
> to. But the fruit was like small marbles. The three grafts were
> Claypools best stuff I got from a friend here in Nafex. I will make
> when I go take a check of things tomorrow and let you know. The
> plain simple bark grafts, scions were pencil size and smaller.
> ----Original Message Follows----
> From: "Christopher Mauchline" <mauch1@a...>
> Reply-To: nafex@y...
> To: nafex@y...
> Subject: [nafex] Re: Persimmon Graft
> Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 18:11:08 -0000
> What kind of persimmon(s) to what kind of rootstock?
> What kind of graft?
> Chris Mauchline
> (Waiting to see if my grafts late this spring are going to take)
> SE PA, zone 6
> --- In nafex@y..., "Gordon Nofs" <gc_nofs@h...> wrote:
> > Hi
> > This is a 3 dormant scion graft to a growing persimmon in early
> > 2000. It is doing great as you can see in the full picture May
> Some are
> > over 2 foot long.
> > Gordon C. Nofs
> > Flint, Michigan
> > gc_nofs@h...
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