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Keryn Simpson starts with ...
I have 2 persimons 1/ the soft squashy the other firmer fruit variety one sucker profusley sand is tall but now sees the light..tree removal/trimming , one was constantly broken by the horse and is smaller but neither have fruited around 10 years old both wind protected any suggestions?
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Keryn Simpson1
Billinudgel
29th July 2007 12:47am
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Melissa says...
I think that your persimmon sucker may be an understock.....mine are all grafted but I don't know what the graft stock was....I read that they are related to the ebony family...would it be some sort of ebony or a seedling graft?.....never had a sucker so I don't know if it will be any good for you or not.Does anyone know what they use as an understock?mine are the ones you can eat while still firm....beautiful large fruit and no trouble to care for.Except for horses evidently :)
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7th August 2007 1:08pm
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