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Robert Barker@ 4:30pm 10-22-2013

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Cary
A lot of info here, Appreciated, Thanks
Diane Darling@ 1:13am 09-06-2013

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Bainbridge Island, WA  USA
I received a ginkgo starter (single twig) and planted it in Spring.  It was growing up rather well until the deer bit the top off of it.  Now it has really a good amount of leaves all around it but am wondering if it will ever get taller.  It seems to be a single trunk so not sure if a side branch will allow it to grow upward?
Kessar@ 2:40am 08-14-2013

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Paris
Bonjour Cor Kwant,
Felicitations pour votre site et vos pages Ginkgo.Je suis plus qu'un passionné de cet "arbre" remarquable.J'ai repris des études d'arboriculture et j'ai appris et découvert encore beaucoup de choses par mes lectures et mes rencontres notamment avec des chinois..Je vous rencontrer des nouveautés et je possede un grand nombre de photos.
Et je voudrais vous faire cadeaux de celle ci.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-dxuJAyxhgHI/UgrGapD6KBI/AAAAAAAAAAY/XZRJ1UMF4jE/w426-h320/P19-07-13_17.03.jpg
Merci et a bientot.
Ben.
Maria@ 12:29am 07-04-2013

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Duluth, GA  USA
Fascinating information thank you!
Peter Kevan@ 11:10pm 06-29-2013

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Canada
Thank you for your compendium.  I am just now writing about Ginkgo for the Ontario Arboriculturalists' magazine/newsletter under my column Species Focus.  It is interesting that we seem not to know how it was taken from Japan to Europe, or exactly when.  
I suspect that the girth of male trees would be greater than the girth of females at the same age (as is common in dioecious trees and shrubs).  
Best wishes,  Peter
Elida Ester Martinez@ 3:51pm 06-16-2013

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Remedios de Escalada/Buenos Aires/Rca. Argentina
Hola! Acabo de visitar su pagina y quede encantada. Hace varios dias compre varias semillas de gingko y espero poder cultivarlas pronto, por ahora las tengo en la heladera. Lo felicito por su sitio web! es hermoso y muy completo. Amo el arbol y estoy fascinada por el desde pequeña . Le envio mis mas afectuosos saludos. Elida Ester Martinez
SladjanaSamuilov@ 2:24pm 06-10-2013

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Vrsac, Serbia
Dear Mrs. Cor,
My name is Sladjana and I live in Serbia. Curently I am a Ph D student at the Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade.
At the web site I saw the list of places in Serbia with the presence of Ginkgo biloba trees. I wanted to inform you that aproximately 6 Ginkgo biloba trees also are present in my hometown Vrsac with one very young example in my backyard. If you are interested I can send you more details and pictures. To be honest I realy don't know how old those trees are.
Best regards!

Sladjana Samuilov  
terry white@ 9:27am 05-18-2013

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duluth ga.  usa
Good site !!  One of my favorites for several years. I stratified/scarified and planted about 350 seeds last year and ended up with approx. 200 seedlings. They are one year old and look great. Will bonsai some and hope to sell some. Been my favorite tree since I worked for Biltmore Estates. Really not worried about the sex of them since they will not fruit till they are about 15 years old.  I think the female tree is very attractive when full of seeds.  Need more info on bosaing. How deep of a container/soil/training techniques etc.  

                                 thanks
Juliet@ 3:25am 05-17-2013

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Den Hoorn, The Netherlands
Thank you so much for all your info. At the moment I am in South Korea and just outside the hotel are a number of gingko trees, I simply stumbled upon them. Through my son they have a special meaning to me, now I am going to study them more intense.
Matthew Keighery@ 9:00am 05-13-2013

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Castlecrag, Sydney, Australia
Hi Cor,
I have written a blog post about Autumn, Australia and the Ginkgo. I have linked back to your fabulous Ginkgo site Matthew Keighery's blog post on Ginkgo
Thank you for your great information.
Matt
Zlatko Ivancok@ 2:24am 05-12-2013

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Zagreb, Croatia
Your web site is very nice and give many informations about Ginkgo miracle tree! Thank you!
Pascal@ 3:04pm 04-13-2013

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France
Hello,

Your web site is vert interesting, tank you for sharing so much information.
I have planted in my garden about 6 yearling ago a male gingko, it doesnt grows very much and has lots of lichen over. Could some fertilization help ?

I have harvested about 30 seeds in the jardin des plantes, and trying to have them germinating. If this works, what would the male/female ratio ?

Merci de votre réponse !

Cordialement.

Pascal
Peter Louwman@ 4:48pm 04-09-2013

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Netherlands
I have planted some 7 or 8 seeds, but only one germinated successfully. It was
also the only seed I had experimentally kept in the refridgerator for two months.
The other seeds failed to germinate.

I have taken interesting photos of the great Utrecht Ginkgo at various times of the year.

There are several Ginkgos in my home town of Wassenaar, for instance along
the Herenweg and one near the Rijksstraatweg.


Peter Louwman
David Colyn@ 11:59am 03-30-2013

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Leuven
Hello,
I'm looking for a ginkgo female tree in Belgium or close around, but it seems impossible to find one for sale. I wonder if you know a place where to buy or order it.
Thanks
Kind regards
David
Agronomist Ariel Sha@ 9:06am 03-30-2013

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Israel
I first tasted and learnt about the Gynko in an Agric. Experimental Station in Japan, 33 years ago thanks to professor Mikio Sato.
Since then I am trying to grow a few gynkos in my farm, located in central Israel. There are a few well known gynkos in Jerusalem (mountanous climate) and Beer-Sheva (desert climate).
I wonder how easy the gynkos are propagated by air-layers and cuttings?

Ariel

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