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Old July 19, 2019   #16
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"This year for the first time I have even had some of my grafts onto RST-04-106-T root stock give in to fusarium recently. However I had several months of fantastic production from those plants but this year has been unusually hot and dry and I think that has stressed the plants more than a normal spring and summer."

Bill, I'm noticing this same thing with this year with RST-04-106T. Great production but the extra hot temperatures is really taking a toll.

I ordered some of the -106 seeds from a different source this year. I'm wondering if they are not the same as the ones from NE Seeds.

This next year I'm going for NE Seed -106 and steering clear from other vendors and -105.

Jeff
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