By Piero Macola

ISBN-10: 2849990124

ISBN-13: 9782849990124

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Transplant balled and burlapped plants into slightly acid soils. Compacted soils, high soil pH, high summer temperatures, and low or fluctuating winter temperatures predispose this species in particular, and the genus in general, to borers and cankers. Excess nitrogen fertilizer may predispose the genus to fireblight (Hortus, 1976; Dirr, 1990). Practice maintenance pruning only. Harvest the fruit after a frost or when it is overripe, as medlars are harvested. The fruit is made into wine or jellies or dried.

2 ounces) of nitrogen per plant. The American elder fruits mostly on two-year-old canes so the plants need annual early spring pruning to remove damaged wood and wood older than about three years. 5 meter (2 foot) diameter crown to prevent the bush from “creeping” out of bounds (Ritter and McKee, 1964). Remove all suckers between the rows. 8 pounds) of fruit. The fruit ripens from 60 to 90 days after bloom and is harvested by picking the entire fruit cluster and stripping the berries off just before processing (Stang, 1990).

The roots of many V. ), and so these vines are usually grafted to a rootstock resistant to these pests. Such rootstocks include species of grapes native to the Mississippi Valley region, such as V. riparia, V. © 2008 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 48 AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SMALL FRUIT rupestris, V. candicans, V. champini, and V. , 1968). Field budding (chip budding), bench grafting, and field grafting in spring using whip, cleft, notch, and bark grafts are acceptable means of forming vines on various rootstocks (Weaver, 1976).

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