Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-22 Thread Doug Nelson
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Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-22 Thread br...@beechcreekorchards.com
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Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-22 Thread maurice tougas
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Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-19 Thread Vincent Philion
Seems my previous attempt never reached the listserv: I entirely agree with Kari (Hi Kari!), The Terminal bud is the best solution for stopping fire blight. Once growth stops, you don’t have to worry about hail or anything else. So at this point, I would also recommend waiting after harvest.

Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-19 Thread Vincent Philion
I entirely agree with Kari (Hi Kari!), The Terminal bud is the best solution for stopping fire blight. Once growth stops, you don’t have to worry about hail or anything else. So at this point, I would also recommend waiting after harvest. You could consider keeping your picking staff an extra

Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-19 Thread Kari Peter
er.com/drtreefruit From: apple-crop-boun...@virtualorchard.com [mailto:apple-crop-boun...@virtualorchard.com] On Behalf Of Hugh Thomas Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2018 1:14 AM To: Apple-crop discussion list Subject: Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle Doug, it'

Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-18 Thread Hugh Thomas
Doug, it's sort of complicated. First, you probably know the bacteria travels from the tip downwards. The idea is to cut well below where the infection has traveled. You can cut away some bark and see where the brown area meets green cambium. I cut pass this point - well past it. I'm guessing I

Re: [apple-crop-2] What to do when fireblight hits tall spindle

2018-07-18 Thread wincowg...@centurylink.net
Doug- where are you located? What rootstock(s)? What cultivars? How old are the trees in your tall spindle? What was your fireblight control program at bloom? any post bloom program(s) Win > On Jul 18, 2018, at 9:26 PM, Doug Nelson > wrote: > > I appear to have fireblight popping up in my