Initially grafted on d.lotus, khaki and virginiana.
All started to grow!
None took on virginiana seedling, but I think the rootstocks had been severly affected by frost.
Very quickly some graft are put to vegetate, to finally die.
In some cases the rootstock is dead with the graft. But in majority of cases no.
The one who had made the most beautiful shoot, but for me only 60 cm, that we see fading in on the picture is grafted on lotus. A graft on meader is dead too.
The other virginiana that I grafted in less quantity did not have any problèmes.
It will remain for this time only the little one.
I don’t understand.
Do you have problems with this variety?
We have high heat now. Would this variety be more sensitive to heat?
You were unlucky. I know very well that you are very good grafter.
H-63A grafts very well onto virginiana seedlings and on other virginiana cultivars.
I often say that persimmon has these mysteries. That’s also for why I like to multiply it.
But here I am dealing with grafts that are token and then die right on a vieriety.
I will have virginiana for next year. They start to grow well:wink:
But it’s annoying.:persévérer:
Continuation and end.
Here is a H63A on nikita gift. he was in decay. So I cut to put in the fridge. We will see if I keep it until March or April 2019 … I have already preserved and successfully transplanted scionwoods remained 19 months in the fridge. If I can not maintain it, does anyone have that variety?
Contact Pépinière du Bosc in France and ask when they will have it available for sale if necessary.
Thank you, I will ask him
That’s perfect budwood though. Set a bunch of chips, Arhus.
(Graft it now Arhus.)