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Where can I find root stock for apple citrus, plum pear. Im in SE TX. I want a few of each to get started. Thanks, Neil
 
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Find a local nursery and they will order some for you.
 
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Bareroot rootstock planting season is still about 10 months away, but you can order bundles of 10 each of the apple, pear, and plum from Fedco (http://www.fedcoseeds.com/trees/?cat=Rootstock). As for citrus, I have no idea.
 
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Thanks so much guys
 
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