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Beach Plum (Prunus maritima): Small farm sustainability through crop diversification and value-added products.
... beach plum fruit? See fruit grower list. Where can I buy beach plum products? See jam and jelly producer list. How can I stay in the loop on beach plum happenings? Contact the Beach Plum Consortium Steering Committee. Beach plum ...
www.hort.cornell.edu

Sponsors - Beach Plum: Small farm sustainability through crop diversification and value-added products.
... Sponsors - Beach Plum: Small farm sustainability through crop diversification and value-added products. Beach Plum Sponsors Home page Funding for student support and research was generously provided by: Cornell University ...
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Advice Columns
... sauce, canning smoked salmon, pecans, dill, powdered eggs, pickling garlic, etc. Issue 95 — Growing apples, beach plum jelly, preserving yellow crookneck, canning lentil soup, agricultural lime, discolored canned fruit, eliminating mosquitos, diatomaceous ...
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Issue #95 of Backwoods Home Magazine -- the place for self-reliance
... ’s Note 7 Editorial: Sgt. Jim Duffy — an ordinary hero 22 Ask Jackie: Growing apples, beach plum jelly, preserving yellow crookneck, canning lentil soup, agricultural lime, discolored canned fruit, eliminating mosquitos, diatomaceous ...
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Lesser Peachtree Borer
... Cultivated food plant hosts include peach, plum, sweet cherry, tart cherry, apricot and nectarine. Wild crop hosts include wild black cherry, wild red cherry, beach plum, wild plum and Juneberry. The lesser peachtree borer ...
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COMMON FRUIT NAMES -- A-C
... Laurus nobilis Lauraceae Bay Tree Persea borbonia Lauraceae Beach Cherry Eugenia reinwardtiana Myrtaceae Beach Plum Prunus maritima Rosaceae Beach Strawberry Fragaria chiloensis Rosaceae Bearss Lime ... Buni Antidesma bunius Euphorbiaceae Bunya-Bunya Araucaria bidwilli Araucariaceae Burdekin Plum Pleiogynium timorensis Anacardiaceae Bush Butter Dacryodes edulis Burseraceae Butternut Juglans ...
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CAPULIN CHERRY Fruit Facts
... Cherry (Prunus avium), Western Sand Cherry (P. besseyi), Myrobalan Plum (P. cerasifera), Sour Cherry (P. cerasus), European Plum (P. domestica), Beach plum (P. maritima), Japanese Plum (P. salicina), Nanking Cherry (P. tomentosa), Common Chokecherry (P ...
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THE 2006 CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN HEMEROCALLIS SOCIETY
... ( oftentimes referred to as “Bunny Lane”) you will notice native plants such as prickly pear, beach plum, bayberry, black pine, Eastern red cedar and oaks that inhabit the sandy terrain. Closer to ... in the pool. Plenty of parking is available. We are only two miles from Smithpoint Beach. The garden will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm ...
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Maryland Geological Survey: Miocene Tooth Fossils (Sharks)
... Wharf, Dover Bridge. Calvert formation. Charles County near the Patuxent river, Plum Point, Fairhaven, Chesapeake Beach. Collections.— Maryland Geological Survey, Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences. ... Charles County near the Patuxent river, Fairhaven, 3 miles south of Chesapeake Beach, Plum Point. Collections.—Maryland Geological Survey, Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, Museum ...
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Open Directory - Science: Agriculture: Horticulture: Fruits: Prune Fruits
... cherry variety new to the US market. Beach Plum: A New Crop For New Markets - Cornell University project to aid in establishing the fruiting shrub beach plum as a commercial crop. Illustrated cultivation and ...
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