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Honeycrisp graft on fuji looks bad

Posted by c5tiger SC 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 19, 13 at 16:49

Does this honeycrisp graft have a disease? I have heard that honeycrisp can be a poor performing variety on certain root stocks. The tree, a fuji on m-111, is very healthy and growing nicely. I have two of these honeycrisp grafts on this tree and both look the same, pale yellow and slow growing.

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RE: Honeycrisp graft on fuji looks bad

I have Honeycrisp grafted to both M111 and Fuji, and they both do fine.

You might have a virus; I'd cut it way back with sterile pruners and flame them afterwards.

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