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Often, the right combination of varieties are necessary for fruit trees to produce fruit. Most apples are partially self-pollinating and will set some fruit ...

Spray Schedule
On fruit trees use 3 Orchard tablets per tree, and on small fruit use 2 ... A combination fruit spray that controls common insects AND diseases on fruits. ...

Home & Garden
Check when purchasing fruit trees to be sure that the trees have their pollination requirements met. Some nurseries sell combination trees with branches ...

Injury to Tree and Small Fruit Plants, HYG-1409-94
For fruit trees, beds should be eight to 10 inches high and six to eight feet ... This may result in death in combination with other environmental stress ...

Horticultural Inquiries
Many fruit trees require at least six hours of full sun a day in order to yield a large ... Some cucurbits produce male flowers and combination flowers, ...

FDIN002 Disease and Insect Management in the Home Orchard
For individuals with only a few trees, the combination fruit sprays available at garden centers may be most convenient. Some fungicides for use on fruit ...

grafting & budding fruit trees
... refers to joining only two plants, it may be a combination of several. ... In other words, fruit trees cannot be reproduced "true" to the original ...


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A splash of Vermont in herb and fruit liqueurs - BurlingtonFreePress.com


A splash of Vermont in herb and fruit liqueurs
BurlingtonFreePress.com
Along with vegetables, fruit trees, laying hens, meat birds and a trio of piglets, they cultivate eight acres of cold-hardy grapevines in Barnard and on leased land in Vergennes and West Addison. Their first vintage of La Garagista organic, biodynamic ...

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The fuzzy logic of driving clear to Fresno for a peach: Opinion - Pasadena Star-News


The fuzzy logic of driving clear to Fresno for a peach: Opinion
Pasadena Star-News
Unless, apparently, there arises the opportunity to play migrant farmworker and strip four trees of organic stone fruit under the broiling Fresno sun. This was the proposal my friend Brad made last week, in any case, and I immediately told him he was nuts.

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Review: “Crimes, Victims and Witnesses: Apartheid in Palestine” - Foreign Policy Journal


Review: “Crimes, Victims and Witnesses: Apartheid in Palestine”
Foreign Policy Journal
Amongst all the news of the carnage and wreckage in Gaza created by the latest Israeli onslaught, Crimes, Victims and Witnesses is a sadly reflective book. Mats Svensson has combined stunning and compelling photography with short, quick, sad and often ...

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Stemilt begins sixth season of all-organic peaches and nectarines - The Produce News


Stemilt begins sixth season of all-organic peaches and nectarines
The Produce News
The Columbia Basin and Tri Cities area of Washington state has a volcanic-rich soil and is known for having long, warm summer days that build the fruit's flavor and cool nights to reenergize trees. The perfect combination that is only enhanced by ...

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A lot is riding on finding culprit in honeybee deaths - Hilton Head Island Packet


A lot is riding on finding culprit in honeybee deaths
Hilton Head Island Packet
Various reasons have been given, including parasitic mites, pesticides, malnutrition and loss of natural foraging habitat, or a combination of those and other factors. But the threat posed by neonics was not among the top reasons beekeepers ... After ...

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