Re: Source for trees?
People don't like my advice sometimes because they just do not understand. I CAUTION again, when you are PLANNING an orchard. YOU HAVE TO KNOW WHAT ROOTSTOCK THE variety is being grafted on. Rootstock is everything in growth and ultimate size of trees. You can't plan if you don't know the rootstock. I've been there and done that. You think things are swell and 5 years later when the trees should be bearing they have grown into each other because you didn't know how big they would get.
Just saying "semi dwarf" is not near enough information.
Rootstocks for Apple | WSU Tree Fruit | Washington State University
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