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Re: [pfaf] Digest Number 304

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  • Phil Corbett
    Are these Crataegus arnoldiana varieties available for sale or trial yet ? I would be interested in seeing how they prform in the UK. ...
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 2, 2004
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      Are these Crataegus arnoldiana varieties available for
      sale or trial yet ?

      I would be interested in seeing how they prform in the
      UK.
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      > 1. [Fwd: COMMENT Crataegus arnoldiana]
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      > Date: Mon, 31 May 2004 23:20:41 +0100
      > From: Richard Morris <webmaster@...>
      > Subject: [Fwd: COMMENT Crataegus arnoldiana]
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      > Very interesting comment submitted, good to
      > see people exploring hawthorns.
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      > Dr.Volodymyr Mezhenskyj (mezhenskyj@****) added the
      > comment:
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      > Crataegus Cultivars
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      > Dear Sirs,
      >
      > I work with hawthorns as a new fruit crop.
      > In 2001 the following pomological cultivars are
      > included in the Register
      > of Plant Varieties of the Ukraine:
      > `Ljudmyl` - branches spineless, fruits orange red,
      > 2-2.5 cm in diameter,
      > weighing 4.5 (max 10) g, satisfactory taste, ripen
      > in September;
      > `Shamil` - branches with not numerous spines 3-4 cm
      > in length, fruits
      > red, 2 cm in diameter, weighing 4 (max 6) g, good
      > taste, ripen in September;
      > `Zbigniew` - branches with numerous spines 5-6 cm in
      > length, fruits
      > bright red, 2 cm in diameter, weighing 3,5 (max 5)
      > g, good taste, ripen
      > in August.
      > The promising selection is `Zlat` - branches
      > spineless, fruits yellow,
      > up to 2 cm in diameter, weighing 3(max 4) g, good
      > taste, ripen in September.
      >
      > Dr.Volodymyr Mezhenskyj,
      > Artemivsk Research Center of Institution of
      > Horticulture,
      > Opytne, Artemivsk, Donetska obl., 84571 UKRAINE
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