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Will plum trees, plum trees grown from seed will bear fruit

Will plum trees, plum trees grown from seed will bear fruit

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Friends, please tell me whether plum trees, cherry plum, etc., grown from stone will bear fruit?


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If root parents, then they will. And if vaccinated, then it will be necessary to instill in the wild.

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please explain))) Just a layman in this)))) If the wilderness, then will not bear fruit? And also in our area, the apple and plum trees gave rise to (roots), the main trees are old. Does it make sense to leave the shoots? Will bear fruit? Or clean everything?

Dickets, the wild bear fruit. But finely and not tasty. ))) only plum from the bone - this is not a wild creature. Unlike apple from seeds. About growth. You need to know: grafted tree or not. I have a plum on the site itself is delicious, without any vaccinations. Therefore, the shoot from it is no different from the mother tree. And if there was a vaccination, then the shoot would not carry any features of the fruit from the old tree. And such a shoot is hardly needed.

the trees on the plot are old. They are more than 30 years old. Some overgrown gave. Grafted or not, now we don’t know. So the question arose, does it make sense to leave, or to clean everything and buy seedlings in the nursery

Leave the overgrowth, but graft the graft from the old tree.

Yes, of course, they will bear fruit, but it will take longer to bear fruit than from a young seedling or grafted plant. The disadvantages of such plant propagation include the fact that stone plants very poorly inherit and transmit positive qualities (during seed propagation), i.e. most likely the seedling will produce fruits of worse quality and taste than the mother plant. But if the mother plant was sick with viral diseases, then they will just be transmitted to seedlings. But! There is a small probability that the resulting plant will have any interesting and useful qualities, and will exceed the parental form. Maybe this is how Michurin picked seedlings.

I will be “young” Michurin. In the year before last, in addition to plums, they threw nectarines in the ground. And all three sprouted last spring. This is Kamchatka. It’s even too early to judge whether something survived or not.

But now, as I was convinced, it is best to plant seeds in the ground in autumn, and they will sprout under natural conditions. Or they will not germinate - then it’s not fate ...)