Anyone need any pawpaw scionwood for grafting?


#1

I might have maybe 7-10 spare scions, just thought it would use it best someone else use it instead of me throwing out.
Not sure what Ill have leftover, but i have Mango, Sunflower, Green River Belle and maybe another variety or two (not sure what I’ll be sending your way, depends what varieties I graft prob the 1st 3 varieties definitely).


#2

Nice offer!


#3

no takers so far, would you like some @JesseS? (or were just complimenting on the offer :slightly_smiling: )


#4

I have some seedlings I think I could graft but have some anxiety with those slow growing pawpaws… Would take forever to grow back if I mess it up :frowning:


#5

haha, yeh Im in a similar boat … my seedlings are only 1 year old and I realized only a few can be whip and tongued now.
Most of my seedlings are too thin and for most of them I’m going to wait to next year to graft i think.


#6

PM sent.


#7

All set ,thanks.


#8

Hello,
I am looking for. Someone who can trade scionwood for about three varieties: Shanandoah, Mango, and Susquehanna.
In exchange I can provide scionwood from my two varieties:Prolific and Sunflower.
If you know someone interested please let me know their contacts.
Dennis
Kent, Wa


#9

@Armyofda12mnkeys
Hello,
I am looking for. Someone who can trade scionwood for about three varieties: Shanandoah, Mango, and Susquehanna.
In exchange I can provide scionwood from my two varieties:Prolific and Sunflower.
If you know someone interested please let me know their contacts.
Dennis
Kent, Wa
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#10

Too bad I didn’t noticed this I could have use some of them but thanks for sharing!


#11

@armyofda12mnkeys,
I noticed you had a posting for trading pawpaw mango and green river belle scions. Do you think you may want to trade this winter in Feb?
I have Sunflower and Prolific varieties to offer.
I also would like to obtain some persimmon scions: Hao River, Maekawa, and Matsumoto Wase
Please advise
Dennis


#12

Hey DennisD,
Sorry I just noticed this message. I have Mango, but the other varieties I got at a scion exchange end of March. I can let you know end of March what I can send your way.


#13

ok please let me know. I can use varieties other than Prolific and Sunflower
Dennis


#14

Is Peterson less squeamish about his Paw Paws being shared? I was under the impression that he patented and trademarked his cultivars.


#15

@DennisD hmmmm our scion exchange was cancelled so couldn’t get any more scionwood… I do have Mango saved for you, but I’m not sure how to get it to ya. I’m trying to stay in quarantine as long as possible since my 70+ year old parents live with me and my sis. Is there such a thing as no-contact shipping nowadays, like get it picked up from my house?


#16

paypal shipping. if you have an acct. here’s the link. print your label and take to the mailbox.

https://paypal.com/signin?returnUri=%2Fshiplabel%2Fcreatebulk


#17

Neal Peterson makes an informal request that people send him $1 “per tree grafted” with one of his trademarked (patented?) varieties. I have done this several times. He appreciates it.

Neal Peterson
PO Box 128,
Harper’s Ferry, WV 25425


#18

Here’s Neal’s pawpaw varieties.
https://www.petersonpawpaws.com/pawpaws-home.

@Hambone - a couple of questions

  • Does this include scionwood we receive from scion exchange with members here?
  • what about if a pawpaw tree is bought from a nursery? Can we assume the nursery paid the fee already? I bought my Shenandoah from Logee’s for example.

I don’t mind sending him money but want to have a good understanding of it for myself and others.


#19

You’re not allowed to propagate what you purchase either. It’s per graft w/o exception. When the patents and trademarks are expired, then it’s all over with.

Best regards,

Dax


#20

I think Dax has it right. I’ll PM you Neal’s email to answer questions.