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Re: Apples Trees

  • Subject: Re: Apples Trees
  • From: Arnhild Bleie <abbl@online.no>
  • Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2001 19:49:35 +0100

Glen .. isn't there anyone aorund in your neighbour hood that would love to
get their own free 'pick-your-self-apples'? Old people home? A school?
Hospital or so ?
Give it away!

But if not the above,there IS metodes to prevent fruitsetting .. there are
thinning chemicals you spray .. several .. not all so good to nature :(   -
i guess we use some others here than over there so ask a local adviser
about it.

Soil .. no, will not change much ..  I think.
Honestly; I think you waste good, healthy food! 

Arnhild - ehmmmm .. fruitgrower in Hardanger 
Arnhild - Hardanger in Norway
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