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Michael Gibson starts with ...
My neighbour has an apricot tree which is a fast growing tree producing wonderfully flavoured fruit. He says it is an "HP 47" which they bought approx. 8 yrs ago. I can't find an HP 47 anywhere. It is apparently grafted onto a plum stock. Is there such a tree and it's now called something else?
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24th November 2008 8:21pm
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John says...
What countyr are you from?
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25th November 2008 10:24am
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Anonymous says...
Sounds like either the number for the root stock or a commercial variety
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david says...
Hi everyone i have a question. I was told if you buy a GRAFTED apricot tree a (morepark)the tree will flower and fruit strait away in its first year of planting it,is this true? i did get a few flowers but no fruit.Are the moorpark trees self fertile? your answers and comments would be most helpfull. thanks david
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Anonymous says...
I wouldn't expect to get any fruit (nor should you try to get fruit) off it in the first growing season- maybe let a couple of fruit set the second year (if you're lucky enough to get any)- and then let it go on from there.

The apricots commonly available in Australia are self fertile.

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Daniel
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