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Small Fruit Crops for the Backyard
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Small Fruit Crops for The Backyard - Credits
Small Fruit Crops for The Backyard - Credits Credits Small Fruit Crops for the Backyard was developed by: Bruce Spangenberg Former Extension Educator, Horticulture Credits Home | Contact Us
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Tree Fruit - Introduction
... cherries, and plums. All tree fruit crops prefer full sunlight. Although they may in fact grow in partial shade, fruit quality will most likely ... 0 are best for tree fruit crops. An important question to ask yourself prior to starting any fruit trees in the backyard ... as fruit starts to develop on the tree. Home gardeners growing fruit crops are encouraged to obtain the latest edition of the home fruit ...
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Small Fruits - Index
... strawberries and brambles. Examples of crops susceptible to verticillium wilt include tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, eggplant, melons, okra, peas, beets, and roses. Small fruit crops prefer a soil pH ... the small fruit planting near a water source. Sprinklers, soaker hoses, and trickle irrigation systems are all possible methods for watering small fruit plantings. Suggested Small Fruit Crops for ...
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Farms - Strawberries and More - University of Illinois Extension
... Credits Farms Illinois Indiana Michigan Wisconson Other States Midwestern strawberries peak during June. Illinois crops are ready at various times of the month depending on which part of the ... : Fresh apples, blackberries, peaches, strawberries, pumpkins, apple cider, apple juice, bread products, gift and fruit baskets. Farm is closed January 1 - March 1. Restaurant is closed first two weeks ...
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Facts - Strawberries and More - University of Illinois Extension
... are 200 seeds in a strawberry. The strawberry is the only fruit with the seeds on the outside of the fruit. Ninety-four per cent of United States households consume strawberries. ... States and every province of Canada. California produces 75 percent of the nation's strawberry crops. According to the California Strawberry Advisory Board, California strawberries are available January through November, ...
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Raspberries & More - University of Illinois Extension
... 1983. Modern Fruit Science. Horticultural publications, Gainesville, FL. 583pp. Courter, J. W., C. C. Doll, D. B. Meador and H. J. Hopen. Yields of Commercial Food Crops in Illinois. ... -35. Northeast regional agricultural engineering service, Ithaca, NY. 189pp. Other Raspberry Links Midwest Small Fruit Pest Management Handbook. The Ohio State University Bulletin 861 Compendium of Raspberry and ...
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Raspberries & More - University of Illinois Extension
... , OR 97303-6198. (Blackberry and Raspberry bare root) Other nurseries selling raspberry and other fruit tree seedlings Indiana Berry and Plant Company, 5218W500S Huntington, IN 47542 Rocky Meadow ... Northwind Nursery and Orchards, 7910 335th Avenue NW, Princeton, MN 55371-4915 Oikos Tree Crops, P. O. Box 19425, Kalamazoo, MI 49019-0425 About Raspberries | Nutrition Facts | Varieties | Planting ...
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University of Illinois Extension Calendar of Events
... January 11, 2007 Green Side Up Radio Show January 11-13, 2007 Illinois Specialty Crops and Agritourism Conference Springfield, Illinois (Sangamon County) January 16, 2007 Master Gardener Training ... 6, 2007 New Master Gardening Training (Winnebago Co) February 6, 2007 Southern Illinois Tree Fruit School Mt. Vernon, Illinois (Jefferson County) February 6, 2007 Master Gardener Training Belleville, ...
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Pumpkins and More - Pumpkin Facts
... , 12 dozen eggs and took six hours to bake. Pumpkins are members of the vine crops family called cucurbits. Pumpkins originated in Central America. In early colonial times, pumpkins were used ... Connecticut field variety is the traditional American pumpkin. Pumpkins are 90 percent water. Pumpkins are fruit. Eighty percent of the pumpkin supply in the United States is available in October. In ...
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