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Toka Plum - Scion Wood Wanted

Posted by andrew321 6 MO (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 20, 14 at 15:47

I am looking for scion wood of Toka plum. I have Superior plum which bloomed later than my Asian plums last year and would like to graft Toka for pollination.
I have a couple of varieties at my Exchange Page for a possible trade or I can pay for postage. Thank you.


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RE: Toka Plum - Scion Wood Wanted

According to the U of Sask, if the asian hybrids are crossed with the american/canadian native plum (prunus nigra or americana), then the best pollinator is the native plum. They went into such detail as they mentioned that any amount of asian or other genes in the tree limits its ability to pollinate.

Here is a link that might be useful: u of sask plums


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RE: Toka Plum - Scion Wood Wanted

Got it, material looks good.
Thanks!


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