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#3141060 - 01/27/13 08:46 AM Fastest producing tree?
buckaroo
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I'm going to make some room for more planting ( just like I do every year,lol) What's the quickest producer out there, crabapple, persimmon, what do you think?
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#3141076 - 01/27/13 09:02 AM Re: Fastest producing tree? [Re: buckaroo]
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Pear in my experience,but it depends on what you mean by "produce" 3or 4,or real production? Numbers of fruit that will acually atract deer takes time wth anything.
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#3141101 - 01/27/13 09:27 AM Re: Fastest producing tree? [Re: Football Hunter]
buckaroo
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I like pears, probably have 20 that are 8 yrs old and they had a good number of blooms before frost got them, I have about 40 apple, 6 crabs and about 400 hundred persimmon. Maybe this year I will get some fruit.
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#3141109 - 01/27/13 09:32 AM Re: Fastest producing tree? [Re: buckaroo]
ROUGH COUNTRY HUNTER
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sawtooth oak,but i reccomend you plant varietys
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#3142125 - 01/28/13 08:33 AM Re: Fastest producing tree? [Re: ROUGH COUNTRY HUNTER]
treefarmer
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My common persimmon took 9 years to begin producing and the crabapples took 3 years. Plan long term because it will be here before you know it. My 3 year old pears don't produce yet but I like them already because they are very healthy and seem to be the easiest to grow.
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#3142392 - 01/28/13 12:17 PM Re: Fastest producing tree? [Re: treefarmer]
smstone22
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Theres to many variables to really give a definitive answer. For me, quickest production is on several varieties of pears and crabapples on semi dwarf rootstock. Would likely be quicker with dwarf but thats not to good from a wildlife planting perspective. It just takes time.
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