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Re: Streakies

  • Subject: Re: Streakies
  • From: Doug Beilstein <bpatch@richnet.net>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 22:05:00 -0400

HoroRL@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 6/20/01 07:11:28 Eastern Daylight Time, NardaA@aol.com
> writes:
> << Van Wade pulls leaves that are stabilizing off of plant. >>
> Morning, all:
> Pulling the stabilized leaf off, is one thing.  However, isn't next years bud
> still going to be growing?  Won't that bud growth continue the stabilization?
> Hostally,
> Rich Horowitz
> Stoughton MA
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

Rich With this tech.  the eye is little or un available or inaccessible.    With
no leaves providing this bud area food it doesn't develop quickly and overpower
the streaked portion.   It also tends to stress the plant much less.   Eventually
the eye needs to be removed but this allows the streak portion to grow more.
later doug

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