This tree is possibly on it's own roots - there is no sign of a graft and it's very vigorous, growing 6ft a year.
Season records for this tree
Harvest: 3rd week August 20kg / 44lbs
3.0m / 10.0ft high 2.5m / 8.3ft wide Canker: Not present Scab: Not present Mildew: Not present Fireblight: Not present Woolly aphid: Not present Plum fruit moth: Mild attack Silverleaf: Not present Very good fruit set from abundant blossoms. No hard frosts at blossom time. Good summer conditions - not too wet or dry.
Harvest: 3rd week September 45kg / 99lbs
3.0m / 10.0ft high 2.0m / 6.7ft wide Canker: Not present Scab: Not present Mildew: Not present Fireblight: Not present Cedar-apple rust: Not present Woolly aphid: Not present Codling moth: Not present Plum fruit moth: Mild attack Silverleaf: Not present The cold Spring meant that the harvest started over a week later than normal. Lack of sharp frosts at blossom time produced a good flower-set and the fruit had more flavour this year, as the Summer was warm and fairly dry. Fairly dry conditions at harvest time meant minimal grazing from slugs and snails and no splitting.
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