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how do you stop runners from popping up-plumcot tree???

Posted by joanfordyce IL 5 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 26, 07 at 12:43

I PLANTED A PLUMCOT TREE-APRICOT AND PLUM,THE SECOND YEAR IT HAD PRETTY WHITE BLOSSOMS,IN THE SPRING.THE THIRD YEAR,NO FLOWERS.THEN THE FOURTH YEAR,THIS YEAR,IT STARTED GETTING RUNNERS EVERYWHERE IN MY GRASS,EVEN 6 FEET AWAY.THAN THE TREE STARTED GETTING WHITE STUFF ON THE BARK,THAN SOME OF THE BRANCHES LOOK LIKE THEY ARE DEAD.HELP!!!!!!!! THANK YOU


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RE: how do you stop runners from popping up-plumcot tree???

You might try asking at the link below, if you haven't already.
As far as the suckers coming up. I doubt if there is anything one can do except cut them off, either with the mower, or with hand pruners.

I had never heard of a Plumcot b4. Sounds interesting!

Sue

Here is a link that might be useful: Fruit and Orchard Forum


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