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[nafex] Re: Boston Apricots

I would be very wary about drawing any conclusions about cultivar 
vigour from comparing a Tomcot on an unknown stock (which would 
probably most likely be a seedling apricot or peach stock if only 
because of their cheapness, and vigourous) and a Puget Gold on St. 
Julien A which is a semi-dwarfing stock.

Doug Woodard
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

--- In nafex@y..., Don Yellman <dyellman@e...> wrote:
> I don't know what rootstock my [Tomcot] trees are on (they came    
> from Mellinger's in
> Ohio), but they are what I would call very vigorous growers, and
> precocious bearers.  I have subsequently planted a Puget Gold on St.
> Julian A that is growing much less vigorously.

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