Ambrosia apple

groallSeptember 27, 2013

I know the Ambrosia apple originated in Canada, it's commercially grown and can be bought in nurseries there but was wondering if there is any scion wood which I can obtain down here in the states, that I can graft.......?

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Canadian Plant Breeders Right 388 - Ambrosia is protected in Canada and in the United States and the propagation and/or sale of the variety is prohibited without the consent of the PICO (okanagan Plant Improvement Company, Box 6000, Summerland, BC, Canada, V0H 1Z0). Tony F.

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