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Re: [nafex] Late peaches

Fingerlakes Peach: FBNI says its freestone and yellow flesh
Siberian: tempting, FBNI shows no listing for a supplier, rats. Anyone know 
of a new source?
Nova Pear: I had several young ones die, and were tested positive on 
fireblight, as well as root problems, how's your fireblight fare?Thanks Mn 
Del Z2/3

>From: "Henry W. (Hank) Parker" <parker@worldpath.net>

>I have two small trees of "Siberian Peach" from Bear Creek a few
>years ago. The fruit is small, plentiful, white flesh, freestone and
>I have a small peach that is supposed to be a Fingerlakes from
>Miller; but it may not be because the deer reduced the small tree to
>a stake a few years ago and it has regrown and is now producing. So I
>may have a Fingerlake or I may have the rootstock.  The peaches are
>small, beautifully colored red skin, deep orange flesh, so far pretty
>hard, and definitely not a freestone.
>If anyone has a Fingerlake Peach, perhaps they could enlighten me
>whether that is what I have.
>My Nova pear is covered with delicious pears and just coming in.

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