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WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

Posted by ClarkinKS 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 21, 14 at 5:34

Wanted plum, pear, or rare apple Scion Wood (eg. Arkansas Black etc.)
I have scions of Bartlett, Clapps Favorite, Kiefer pears,Cherry plums, Prarie spy apple, Honeycrisp apple. If you have something else you think I may be interested in for trade let me know.

This post was edited by ClarkinKS on Tue, Jan 21, 14 at 7:04


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

Sent you an email.


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

You have no email listed on your page. I have a burgundy plum that I could trade wood for clapp's favorite wood. I also have elberta peach, celeste and brown turkey fig wood.


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

ClarkinKS ...(*No email contact is on your Member page) I'm interested in trading scions of my Forty Niner peach if that's one you might want? I'm interested in different apples as I want to graft an old Granny Smith tree to give me a variety.

CharlieBoring...would like to trade for scions of the burgundy plum ...I have Arapaho thornless blackberries...unless if you see anything else we could trade for...let me know?

Here is a link that might be useful: My Trade List


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

Sandy - I would be interest in the Arapaho blackberry and your santa rosa and elephant plum scions if you have them. If you would like to trade, my email is ctboring@yahoo.com. I can send you my address if you can provide your email.


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

Sorry about that I updated my profile with an email . I just set up my new account yesterday. Thank you

This post was edited by ClarkinKS on Wed, Jan 22, 14 at 7:31


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

Sandy I just noticed CA on your profile and California has laws preventing trade so I cannot ship them to that area unfortunately. Others may be in state who can trade scions for scions. Sorry about that http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/plant/PE/interiorexclusion/ext_summary.html

This post was edited by ClarkinKS on Wed, Jan 22, 14 at 5:47


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

Thanks...I have not researched the information on that page before and spent some time reviewing. I am going to call later today with some more specific questions for them. Sorry we can't make the trade, but agree we want to be cautious! Thanks anyways!


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

Thanks Sandy I was disappointed because you have some fantastic plants! Sometime they may change that and if they do please let me know first :0)


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RE: WANTED: Have scions - Want plum, pear, or rare apple scions

I'm finished up with trading scion wood for the year and getting my remaining scion wood from individuals who I have standing deals with and Bob Purvis purvisrc@msn.com he charges $4 for a 12-inch stick of scionwood and $2.50 for a 6-inch stick. There is a flat $8 charge for Priority Mail shipping and packaging If anyone else is at that point. I am getting plums, apricots, peaches, and pears from him. Guess next year I need to grow more rootstock!

This post was edited by ClarkinKS on Sun, Jan 26, 14 at 15:05


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