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There seems to be a conflict of opinion as to that part of the dormant season in which fruit trees may be transplanted with the greatest assurance of success. There is perhaps not a month from October to May that has not been suggested by some writers as the best time to transplant. Some suggest early fall as soon as the leaves begin to be shed; others late fall, after the trees have ripened their tissues; even mid-Winter, when the trees are in the midst of their resting period, is recommended;doi:10.32469/10355/57575 fatcat:sputrae5pjbvhnlvmshboobcmy