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Gardening for Food:Fruits (23 entries)

  
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  • North Dakota State University Extension Service Bulletins about fruit. Includes disease and insect control, pruning, and planting.   [Google cache]
  • A site dedicated to research about temperate fruit production.   [Google cache]
  • Moving the fruit tree industry into the 21st century.   [Google cache]
  • This Willamette Valley, OR nursery specializes in apple, cherry, and pear trees.   [Google cache]
  • The worldwide membership of CRFG includes many nationally recognized botanical gardens, rare fruit enthusiasts, commercial fruit growers, and internationally recognized horticultural researchers. The organization has a general interest in all aspects of fruit growing with a primary focus on semitropical fruits and uncommon fruits and vegetables.   [Google cache]
  • The California Digital Orchard" at UC Davis.   [Google cache]
  • This collection of documents answers just about every fruit question that a consumer or grower might have. Each page covers a single topic such as pruning, growing, availability, or disease and insect control.   [Google cache]
  • Learn to grow Giant Tomatoes, step by step from seed to harvest. Includes information on tomato variety's, methods, and as well growing 2lb+ fruit for the table. This is one of the most in depth information resources available on the net for growing Giant Tomatoes.    [Google cache]
  • This newsletter is produced by the Yakima Agricultural Research Laboratory. Includes classified ads and a search engine.   [Google cache]
  • Newsletters about apple pollination, pesticide usage, plant height and density, and more for apple growers. Provided by the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.   [Google cache]
  • A cooperative effort from 5 universities for information on all aspects of deciduous tree fruit production in the mid-Atlantic region.   [Google cache]
  • This citrus retailer is located in Bradenton, FL.   [Google cache]
  • Disease Management guidelines for Organic Apple Production in Ohio.    [Google cache]
  • Home to the "Rare Fruit News Online" newsletter, this family-run site is for those interested in growing unusual and more common varieties of fruit.   [Google cache]
  • Weekly update on pest management and crop development.   [Google cache]
  • Includes pear recipes, history and use of pears, research reports, orchard management, etc.   [Google cache]
  • Lots of general information about tomatoes. Gives plenty of background information on tomato and tomato products, as well as providing quite a few links to interesting sites.   [Google cache]
  • University of Vermont, Department of Plant and Soil Science's site about sustainable apple production. "Our goal is to serve as a clearinghouse for apple information for commercial fruit growers." Includes a "live video WebCam" pointed out the window of the Virtual Orchard office window.    [Google cache]
  • Tree fruit at Washington State University   [Google cache]
  • The Pear Bureau Northwest is a great source of information about pears. This organization, dedicated to increased public knowledge about USA-grown pears, has all kinds of links to pear-growing tips, educational programs for children, and wonderful recipes. We can't wait to try the Pear Cranberry Pie or the Comice Pear Bread Pudding!   [Google cache]
  • The Washington State Fruit Commission has been the promotional arm of the soft fruit industry for Washington State, promoting cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, prunes and plums since 1948.   [Google cache]



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