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Re: Time to add them up.

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12-30-2013 13:42:52

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you may have to put a lot of mulch around the trunk each fall to help protect the roots. May do ok if you luck out weather wise. I am in Zone 4, and the Bings I see are usually Zone 5 or higher. I want to do some grapes, but most seedless are zone 5 and up.

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LOU from Wi.

12-30-2013 16:56:49

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 Re: Time to add them up. in reply to rustyacres sd, 12-30-2013 13:42:52  
rustyacres sd,
Yes'm, we put alot of composted horse manure around the two peach trees and apple trees every year, so far that seems to keep the trees coming back year after year.

According to Willis orchards, he says they are for zones 4-8, so guess we will give them a shot.Nothing ventured,nothing

According to our newest mail delivery seed catalog, from Farmer Seed and Nursery, they have a couple of grape plants that are for zones 4 and up. We have a reliance seedless,and so far, it keeps growing, this year should have grapes.Daughter has the same grape,it was loaded last year,but "something" took them, she didn't get a one. Either deer,coons or maybe neighbors,don't know for sure so can't say exactly.Hope the grapes come back again this year.
Thanks for the reply,

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