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Juglone tolerance of less common trees.  RSS feed

 
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The charts on juglone tolerance that I've found don't mention seaberries, autumn berries, honey berries, and medlars. Does anyone know if they have any tolerance?
 
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Juglone testing is fairly limited in scope so far most universities that have conduced studies have not run the gamut of plant types in their testing.
They have mostly stuck with wide spread flowers, berries and shrubs used by the landscaping community.
For specific plants, such as you have listed, it would be wise to do a single plant experiment first to see if there is any indication of effect.
 
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