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HAVE: Have; Live oak seedlings, Muscadine "Carlos" cuttings

Posted by LtlWilli 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 13, 14 at 7:31

Hi, ya'll... I have a lot of nice Live Oak seedlings 6-14 inches tall, and Carlos Muscadine cuttings for rooting in the Spring.
I am looking for apple seedlings, peach sprouts from last year, and any "volunteers" from any productine tres or shrbs and black beries(thornless).
Thanks,
LtlWilli~Rick

This post was edited by LtlWilli on Wed, Jan 22, 14 at 0:32


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RE: HAVE: Have; Live oak seedlings, Muscadine "Carlos" cuttings

I would love some muscadine. Any interest in red grapefruit or Japanese plum cuttings?


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RE: HAVE: Have; Live oak seedlings, Muscadine "Carlos" cuttings

Although I was a Certified Texas Nurseryman for years, I never mastered grafting, so I will have to pass...I do appreciate the offer, though.


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RE: HAVE: Have; Live oak seedlings, Muscadine "Carlos" cuttings

i have a satsuma tree
they do have seeds, but the tree is VERY productive and fruit is sweet.i wouldn't mind a muscadine


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RE: HAVE: Have; Live oak seedlings, Muscadine "Carlos" cuttings

I wonder about their tolerance of upper zone 8 temps...That would be my only concern...We are in the teens several times a year here.


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RE: HAVE: Have; Live oak seedlings, Muscadine

Please note: Since these posts are in Jan. the cuttings from Carlos Muscadine must be hard wood cuttings. Don't waist you time on hard wood muscadine cutting they seldom set root, maybe 5% of the time if you are lucky!!
Muscadines are propagated from soft wood cuttings taken in mid summer. Research it. Your research will back my statement, I know, I have tried to prove them wrong many times, but always failed.

Hans
www.MuscadinesAndMore.com

Here is a link that might be useful: Muscadines And More


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