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May be CAR immune

Posted by michael357 5b, KS (My Page) on
Thu, May 3, 12 at 14:00

Howdy folks: a few years ago I discovered a very large, old apple tree in town that seemed to shrug off CAR. Mind you, my dinky town is a hotbed for CAR galls and large sporulation events every Spring. So, I grafted some buds to 2 different rootstock and the trees are now in their 3 rd leaf and doing well. This Spring was typical for galls and I decided not to spray finally, the result, every leaf is clean as a whistle, I'm amazed. BTW, I call the variety, "Judy's Favorite" because nobody has a clue what it is. If you want a picture of the fruit from the old tee, I think I have one somewhere. The one on G11 is flowering for the first time this Spring, the one on M111 did not.


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RE: May be CAR immune

There are heritage apple people that search for old trees. You might have one they want.


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RE: May be CAR immune

I reckon so.


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