Saturday, December 26, 2020

Himalayan Mulberry, DMOR9

 

This cultivar is a large and fast growing tree.  It produces excellent fruits, sweet with some acidity, and they are slender than Pakistan. Normally, it fruits before Pakistan and produces just one crop in the Sacramento Valley area. However it produced a second small flash of fruits in October 2020.

This cultivar does not root from cuttings, and it should be grafted onto alba or macroura species.


8 comments:

  1. I was able to root this Red Himalayan mulberry cuttings. Its not as easy to root as the Black Pakistan or the Shangri La, but it is much easier than trying to root the White Pakistan mulberry.

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  2. Is this the same Taiwan Long?

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    1. I don’t know. I don’t have Taiwan Long.

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  3. Hi Marta, can you use the leave shape in first picture to identify the DMOR9, especially vs Pakistan Mulberry? thank you

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  4. Pakistan leaves are less pálmate if any

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  5. The leaf shape is variable in most cultivars and there are many cultivars with similar leaves

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