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Late Summer

Posted by ken2256 5b (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 22, 13 at 12:24

found a pretty sweet deal for some Sarrs, I know they dont like root disturbance this late, but i may give it a try,even if a few make it i will be ok with that, any thoughts or tips from the pitcher pros? thanks


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RE: Late Summer

Wait until late winter/early spring. IMHO.


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ok tommy, thanks for the input,


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Maybe i will get them and put them in refrigerator, for dormancy/storage and replant them in the spring.Any thoughts on this.


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Let them grow outside until near frost then bag and plop in the fridge.


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Watch this! It's basically what I do in the fall near the time of first frost.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHoC7YLOqbM


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That is very cool tommy, i definitely need to try that,do you do the fungicide thing as well?


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Yes, I hit them with a SULPHUR based fungicide. A good spraying.

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This post was edited by tommyr on Sun, Jul 28, 13 at 15:45


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