Winesap scion?

windfall_rob(vt4)March 22, 2013

I know it's getting late in the season....but anyone out there growing this far enough north to still have dormant wood they could share?

I love the variety and although I know I am at the edge of it's possible harvest range I want to give it a try.

I also understand it is a scab magnet? But figure I can place it in with my scab magnet summerland macintosh and not lose too much ground on my overall orchard maintenance...

thanks

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dmtaylor(5a (WI))

You might be able to purchase a stick at Maple Valley yet. I love this apple also but sadly I do not grow it in my orchard (...yet!).

Here is a link that might be useful: Maple Valley Orchards

    Bookmark   March 22, 2013 at 3:46PM
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windfall_rob(vt4)

They do have a great selection, and I don't mind paying for scions....sometimes even prefer it out of fear of picking up virus...but a 12$ min shipping isn't gonna work for a single variety

    Bookmark   March 22, 2013 at 6:25PM
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alan haigh

If you send me a self addressed envelope I can give you a bit of old strain Winesap. Not especially a scab mag and I've a client that harvests useable fruit with no spray at all.

    Bookmark   March 22, 2013 at 7:18PM
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windfall_rob(vt4)

That would be appreciated harvestman, and it is good news to hear that it has not been especially scab prone for you...everything I could find listed it as highly susceptible....like macs...my mcintosh is the only tree I have had consistent problems with, but the last few springs have been awfully wet and I am only working with sulfur.

I had thought to keep all the "problems" together should I give up on them, but with that info I might place it on another more vigorous tree.

I sent you an e-mail (through gardenweb) asking for an address, let me know if it doesn't show up.

    Bookmark   March 22, 2013 at 9:09PM
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