Ginkgo and Crab apple propagation
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- From: Don Martinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 30 Dec 1996 10:32:57 -0600
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My first question is about propagating crab apple (Malus, sp.)
cultivars. Since seeds would be unlikely to come true, I would like to
try cuttings. Softwood or hardwood? And what time of year?
In regard to germinating ginkgo seeds, I collected some in the late
fall, cleaned them of their pulp, and placed them in damp sphagnum moss
in a plastic bag in the crisper of my refrigerator where they germinated
in early spring. Those that had not germinated in the frig by May did
so when I brought the bag out and left it at room temp for a week or so.
"Existing order thrives upon ignorance and lies.
Objective truth and individual reason are feared above all."
- Jimmy Johnson, "Arlo & Janis"
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