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Dooryard Fruit Varieties
... Early mid-season Many 'Pineapple' Mid-season Many 'Sunstar'2 Mid-season Many 'Gardner'2 Late mid-season Many 'Midsweet'2 Late mid-season Many 'Valencia' Late Few GRAPEFRUIT 'Duncan' Mid-season Many 'Marsh Mid-season Few 'Redblush' ('Ruby') Mid-season Few 'Thompson' Mid-season Few 'Flame' Mid-season ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Build a Greenhouse for Early Spring Planting
... of pages. Seeds have been ordered, and some early bedding plants have been started. Many of us ... mid to late March it is often possible to seed directly into the soil "floor" of the greenhouse. Only plants that tolerate a cool growing season, can be seeded early. Warm-season ... placed over the garden patch to extend the growing season. Sustainable horticultural information, offered free of charge to ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Corn
... --quite warm--but not long. Corn traditionally is classed in three admittedly vague categories: early, mid-season, and late. But "early" corn, while it can be satisfactory to the taste (though much of it ... were welcome). So what we, and most home gardeners, will look for is an early mid-season (but not "early" type) cultivar with a reputation for flavor and good growing qualities. And all that ...
growingtaste.com

Growing Tomatoes In The Home Garden, HYG-1624-92
... When choosing cultivars, keep in mind the different ripening periods. Tomatoes are usually categorized as early, mid-season or late. Another consideration is whether the tomato cultivar you choose is determinate or ... experienced these problems with tomatoes in the past. Early: Moreton Hybrid (V), Jet Star (VF), Pik-Red (VF)(D), and Pilgrim (VF)(D). Mid-season: Heinz 1350 (VF)(D), Better Boy (VFN), ...
ohioline.osu.edu

FPHG -
... season. Varieties are divided into "standard" varieties, with which there is considerable experience in the region, and "recent releases," on which there is little information so far on performance in Pennsylvania. Early Season Early Mid-Season Mid-Season Mid-Late Season Late Season College of Agricultural Sciences | ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

Catalogue from the Kruisbessen 'Proef'tuin
... Mildew free. Pax® (€ 3,00) Large red berry, early-mid season, spineless Rote Vierländer (€ 3,50) Healthy variety. Mildewfree, early-mid season Pixwell (€ 3,00) Dark red, small berries with ... early - mid season Spinefree (€ 3,00) (sold out 2004-2005) Red, medium sized berry, late, spineless. Witte Hollander (White Dutch) (€ 2,50) White berries. Strong variety, good cropper. Mid season We ...
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Blondie - raspberry
... Proeftuin Raspberry BLONDIE Berry: yellow to orange when fully ripe tasty, firm berry middelsized Ripening: early - mid-season ripens over a period of three-four weeks Growth: floricane type raspberry strong grower, suited ...
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Bareroot Berries & Your Edible Landscape
... two or more varieties for both larger berries and a more plentiful harvest. Combining early, mid-season, and late season cultivars will extend your harvest all summer long. Moist soil, sun, and an acidic ...
www.berkeleyhort.com

Brown Rot - June, 1998
... winter and early spring. Occasionally, cup-like apothecia of M. fructicola which produce ascospores can be found on fruit mummies under the tree, but they are not usually common in mid- ... hardening, this is not practical because: (i) early, mid-season and late cultivars reach the pit hardening stage at the same time; and (ii) thinning early season cultivars at pit hardening or before favors formation ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Brown Rot - July, 1997
... winter and early spring. Occasionally, cup-like apothecia of M. fructicola which produce ascospores can be found on fruit mummies under the tree, but they are not usually common in mid- ... hardening, this is not practical because: (i) early, mid-season and late cultivars reach the pit hardening stage at the same time; and (ii) thinning early season cultivars at pit hardening or before favors formation ...
www.caf.wvu.edu
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