Well, I won’t move it until next March at the earliest. Both grafts (on Geneva30, and EMLA26 which is promised as a sale) still have about 80% leaves and winter is upon us here.(Had hoped to sell a couple spare trees, but Goldrush and Connell Red both retain most of their leaves.) Allowing it to produce a sampling of a couple fruits depends upon how it responds in growth once it is in its permanent place.
Some anecdotes indicate it is precocious in blooming. If so, I will strip it at least one year. I’ve done that before with others.