My home address is 7300 Iden Avenue South; Cottage Grove, MN 55016. Please indicate on your check that it is for a copy of the NY Extension bulletin on apricots.
MN Ag Statistics Service
Ginda Fisher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
02/22/2002 08:53 PM
Please respond to ginda
Subject: Re: NAFEX - apricots
Thanks! Yes, I would like a copy of the bulletin. If you send me your
address, I will drop $2 in the mail.
22 Linwood Road
Wellesley, MA 02481
> Hi Ginda,
> Puget Gold is an excellent choice for your location in view of your
> climatic zone and rainfall situation. Any one of the Harrow series
> apricots--Harcot, Harogem, Harval, Hargrand, Harglow, and Harlayne, in
> order of ripening--would be good also since they are from Ontario
> province, but I would go for the last three as my choices. Cummins
> Nursery in Geneva, NY sells them but they are out; however, Raintree
> Nursery in Morton WA sells Harglow. Jerseycot (I am grafting some
> trees for NAFEX members this spring) and Tomcot (Raintree has it)
> would be good choices for early-ripening apricots; Puget Gold,
> Harglow, and especially Harlayne ripen a month later than they do.
> I've eaten all these except Harogem and Harval, and they all rank high
> in the flavor department!
> The NY Cooperative Extension Service has published a very good
> bulletin on growing apricots, which I have, and if you like I could
> send you a copy of it. Cost for copying and mailing would be $2, and
> of course I would need your name & address.
> Bob Purvis
> MN Ag Statistics Service
> Ginda Fisher
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> 02/21/2002 09:26 PM cc:
> Please respond to ginda Subject: NAFEX -
> Hi, I'm interested in trying to grow apricots in Massachusetts. I've
> ordered a Puget Gold on a full size stock and am also looking at the
> miniature apricot sold by Stark Nurseries.
> Any comments, advice, suggestions, etc. would be appreciated.
> Ginda Fisher
> eastern Mass, zone 6