LECTURES THIS WEEKEND

Feb. 14, 2015
Gardener’s Supply Co.,Burlington, VT
Espalier Fruits
My Weedless Garden

Feb. 15, 2015
Northeast Organic Farming Association of VT, Winter Conference,
Burlington, VT
“Hardy Kiwifruits”
“Compost Tea: Snake Oil or Plant Elixir?”

2 Comments

  1. alan gorkin
    Posted February 9, 2015 at 11:22 am | Permalink

    Hi Lee,

    Can you enlighten me as to the edibility of Pseudocydonia? We are looking to pant a quince in the center of a radial berry patch, and i like the ornamental quality of pseudocydonia, but don’t know anyone who cooks with it. Also relative susceptibility of it to fireblight vs. Cydonia… Can you help?

    Thanks. alan

    • Posted February 25, 2015 at 12:02 pm | Permalink

      Not sure about fireblight susceptibility but my guess is that it’s pretty susceptible. I’d put it in the “survival” or “needs plenty of cooking and sweetener to make edible” category.

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