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Re: [nafex] Re: wimpy grape cuttings

More likely the vinifera - Reisling, PN, Gewurtz may have problems,
especially if you have cold winters.  

The cuttings of the fig you sent me came out, seemed to be doing fine, then
collapsed.  I suspect they got root rot, but I'm not sure.  
-Lon Rombough
>From: Carolyn Wood <natvwine@cut.net>
>To: nafex chat <nafex@egroups.com>
>Subject: [nafex] Re: wimpy grape cuttings
>Date: Wed, Aug 23, 2000, 6:52 PM

>I started four varieties of grapes this year; Leon Millot, Pinot Noir, 
>Gewurtztraminer (sp?) and Riesling. 
>The success varied wildly with 20% for LM, 30% for PN, 100% for Gewurtz, 
>and 75% for Riesling. Seems to me like the warmth lovers (reds) didn't 
>appreciate our cool nights and I take that as a signal that they will be 
>trouble later too in our climate. 
>Lon, am I assuming too much or am I just being lazy?
>Thanks, Bob- Z4 Utah
>PS, I also rooted six of those figs I talked about earlier in the year 
>and will soon post a detailed description of the fruit as the mother 
>plant is apparently loaded and ripe.

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