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[nafex] Re: Mollies Delicious and Cortland; "organic" growing

Judson, in a normal year, do you have any apples that seem 
consistently resistant to disease, insects, or both under your 
conditions? You may have acquired some valuable information.

Doug Woodard
St. Catharines, Ontario

--- In nafex@y..., "Big Swede" <JFrisk@p...> wrote:
> I have had excellent fall crop of apples this year.  My Mollie's 
> were also very good.  I have Gala ripe right now and they are 
excellent this
> year.  My crop is organic because I have not been able to buy spray
> ingredients and have not had time to spray.  Usually Gala is like 
Jonathan a
> misshapen insect ridden mess but this year they are great.  I 
believe the
> hard cold winter finally killed the carryover bugs that give us 
trouble.  We
> had a dry warm summer in SW Iowa which probably helped keep the 
> pressure down.  My later apples also look good.  Judson L. Frisk

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