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Fruit Pathology - Tree Fruit Disease Fact Sheets and Photographs
... article) Decline of trees in a poorly drained area Tree with poor growth and sparse, off-color foliage Tree showing wilt and collapse Tree exhibiting purple leaf discoloration in autumn Inner bark of ... Guide. Additional photos, disease cycles, and text have been reprinted with permission from Diseases of Tree Fruits in the East, NCR-45, by Alan L. Jones and Turner B. Sutton. This publication ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... under adverse weather conditions, resulting in poor fruit set. Cross-pollination is required for most tree fruits; therefore, it is essential to plant two or three different varieties to insure fruitfulness. Extremely ... of Extension bulletin H-327,"Tree Fruit Culture and Varieties in North Dakota," which is available at your county office of the NDSU Extension Service. Back to Fruits Menu Go to Ask ...
www.ext.nodak.edu

Tree Fruit in the Home Garden
... not be crowded. Table 1. Space requirement, yield, bearing age, and life expectancy of tree fruits Fruit Minimum Distance Between Plants (feet) Approximate Yield Per Plant (bushels) Bearing Age (years) ... can grow them yourself. Cross-pollination is necessary for satisfactory fruit set in many tree fruits. Varieties that are cross-fruitful and that have overlapping bloom dates should be selected. ...
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Fruits and Nuts -- February Tips
... -- February Tips Contact: Diane Relf, Extension Specialist, Environmental Horticulture October 1996 February Tips FRUITS AND NUTS Pruning aging apple trees is largely a job of renovation followed by renewal ... grapes, raspberries, or strawberries. It is much less difficult to succeed with them than with tree fruits, and you'll get much faster results. Producing insect- and disease-free fruit trees ...
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Care of Newly Grafted Fruit Tree
... Grafted Fruit Tree Fruits & Nuts for the Chicago Area - recommended varieties by B. Kurle Pawpaw page - a ... may never make a good productive tree. Some members plant the new tree directly in a permanent location and others put the tree in a pot so it ... in callusing the new graft (especially beneficial for some of the stone fruits). When the tree starts to leaf out, it can be moved outside to a sunny ...
www.midfex.org

Identify by Fruit
... Fruits enclosed in a long, narrow capsule, 10" to 20" long Northern Catalpa Fruits enclosed in a distinctive triangular, somewhat heart-shaped, papery pod, about 2" long Goldenrain Tree Fruits ...
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Copper Tree Health Consulting
... knowledge and experiences, without wanting to be superior to others. $12.25 CAD Illawarra Flame Tree {Brachychiton acerifolius} Positive Outcome: Self approval, self reliance, confidence, inner strength. Negative Condition: Sense of ... which, at the top, branches into a mass of foliage to bear large and ponderous fruits. This Essence should be used when one is unable to solve a problem. It will ...
www.copper-tree.ca

Purdue University Horticulture - Senior Study - Fruits & Nuts
... Fruits & Nuts Almond - With Shell Almond - Without Shell Apple - Fruit Apple - Tree Apple - Leaves Apricot - Fruit Apricot - Tree Apricot - Leaves Avocado - Fruit Avocado - Tree ...
www.hort.purdue.edu

Book recommendation: 'The Tree' by Colin Tudge
... veritable desert forests". Cannonball tree: 20-centimeter (8-inch) diameter "fruits grow straight from the trunk". "The fruits break when they ... Holly: "Handsome in winter and with fine white timber". Judas tree: "Rounded-leaved and altogether beautiful". Juniper: "The most widespread ... figs. Scattering of seed. Why some figs have big fruits despite everything: the mystery solved. The dodo and the ...
www.icogitate.com

Fruits
... Animal Pruning Seeds Tree Surgeons Wildlife & Wildflowers Societies & Associations African Violets Alpines Bamboo Bonsai Bulbs Cactus & Succulents Chrysanthemum Clematis Dahlias Daylilies Ferns Fruits Fuchsia Geranium Gesneriad ... largest amateur fruit-growing organization. All types covered especially semi-tropical fruits and unusual fruits and vegies. Dunc's WeB PaGe The UK's First Amateur Citrus ...
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