> On Mar 21, 2017, at 10:13 AM, David Kollas <kol...@frontier.com> wrote:
> I use Doc Farwell’s Seal and Heal (green) or the similar Doc Farwell’s
> Grafting Seal on cuts that
> I think will not heal over within two or three years if they do not slope
> enough to shed rain over the
> raised lip of new growth. Wood rot develops on wounds that provide wet
> conditions favorable to
> decay. Large cuts made to permit grafting do not heal rapidly if there is no
> foliage feeding the cut from
> above. Observe temperature limitations on the label.
> David Kollas
> Kollas Orchard
> Tolland, CT
>> On Mar 9, 2017, at 2:47 PM, Dean <d...@berrypatchfarm.com> wrote:
>> We have made some large cuts,
>> 4-6" seems like some latex paint would be helpful (apples).
>> Realize standard advice says no
>> But ready for advice. Thanks
>> 77 tues forecast 15 tomorrow night in central Iowa.
>> Regards, Dean
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