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Autumn Pre leaf fall – Fungicide application

Now is the time to apply a pre leaf fall fungicide application, to peaches, nectarines and plums, in fact all Prunus species. Can also be used on your Quinces, Apples, Pears, Roses and Grape Vines. This is to combat Peach … Continue reading

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People ask me how do I tell the difference between a Quince rootstock and a Pear

People ask me how do I tell the difference between a Quince rootstock and a Pear. As it seems many rootstocks have been sprouting this year. The quince leaf is on the left and pear leaf on the right. The … Continue reading

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Russian listed Quince varieties

Anzherskaya – a foreign brand (France).  The fruits yablokovidnye, hilly, ripen in October, kept for 2 months.  Average fruit weight 200 g zoned in the Crimean and Astrakhan regions. Ararati 10 – the fruit is round-conical, smooth, ripen in late … Continue reading

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Run out of Rootstock – What do I do

Got some bud sticks of quite rare pears. I have run out of quince or pyrodwarf rootstocks, just what do I do ?? Well I have some old stumps of quince, that I use for hardwood cuttings over the winter … Continue reading

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