Thursday, March 31

Stage one - success?

My pollination technique seems to have worked so far with the apricot but there is still a long way to go before we manage to harvest any ripe fruits.

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  1. Will you need to thin them, as you would for grapes? It looks like a jolly good result so far though. Even a bee would be proud of you.

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    1. Lots have set, Jessica so I may have to. It depends how many fall off.

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  2. Well, that is looking great so far! Finger's crossed!

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  3. It looks promising. Fingers crossed.

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    1. I hope that the promise is fulfilled, Jo.

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  4. How exciting. Best of luck to you, Sue

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  5. Gosh, those have set well, congratulations.

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    1. Almost too good to be true, Jayne

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  6. Oh....that is impressive! Most promising!xxx

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    1. I hope thar we don't end up disappointed, Dina

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  7. Who needs bees when you have a Sue!

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    1. I'm not sure that I have had as much success with the peach and nectarine, Brian.

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