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[nafex] Re: Bailey and Chui-Lum-Tao

Well, I'm in a similar situation (but I had bought my rootstocks as 
rootstocks).  You could consider grafting the varieties of peach that 
you want on to the existing trees.  This doesn't help you use up your 
harvest this year, but give you better quality in the years going out 
from this...

(I should mention that I haven't had any success grafting 

Chris Mauchline
SE PA, zone 6

--- In nafex@y..., "Helga and Bert Dunn" <helbert@i...> wrote:
> Hello all
> Above varieties peaches (rootstock) now ripe.
> Cultivars lost to rabbits years ago
> What do I do with the peaches?
> Too small to cosider them eating
> Tried wine 2 years ago and not to thrilled with it.
> Any other uses?   suggestions?  (aside from cutting the trees down)
> Thanks         Bert
> Bert Dunn   RR4 Tottenham   Ont    zone 4b
> www.hardygrapes.tottenham.on.ca
> see also http://www.littlefatwino.com/bertslist.html
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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