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Re: in the rose family

by philip_la » Sun Jun 23, 2019 1:04 am

Those are impressive, Stephen. Have you thought about how many acres worth, and how many bushels ultimately, those are good for? That should make you feel better about your pace, I would imagine. (My back hurts just thinking about it.)

We had a late freeze here, perfectly timed to nail my peach tree blossoms, just opening. No fruit this year.

Re: in the rose family

by philip_la » Sun Jun 23, 2019 1:04 am

Those are impressive, Stephen. Have you thought about how many acres worth, and how many bushels ultimately, those are good for? That should make you feel better about your pace, I would imagine. (My back hurts just thinking about it.)

We had a late freeze here, perfectly timed to nail my peach tree blossoms, just opening. No fruit this year.

Re: in the rose family

by srpshoy » Wed Jun 19, 2019 6:46 pm

I have some Fortuniana getting ready for July/August budding!
Stephen

Re: in the rose family

by david mears » Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:20 am

Well done Stephen. are roses next ?

in the rose family

by srpshoy » Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:48 pm

This post is a little off topic, but I thought folks might be interested in seeing my budding work on baby peach trees. The root stocks were planted in early spring, are now roughly 24+" in height and planted about 3" apart. I'm still a little slow and the work is backbreaking for this 64 year old, but my take % improved dramatically last year as I gained experience. Budded variety is 'Redhaven.'
Stephen
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