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The Fruit Gardener is the primary publication of the California Rare Fruit Growers. This magazine is a bi-monthly publication distributed to current members and contains articles about fruits and vegetables that are of general interest.

Table of Contents of all CRFG Periodical Publications

• CRFG Yearbooks and Journals, Volumes 1-21
  (1969-1989)

• The Fruit Gardener
      • Volume 22 (1990)
      • Volume 23 (1991)
      • Volume 24 (1992)
      • Volume 25 (1993)
      • Volume 26 (1994)
      • Volume 27 (1995)
      • Volume 28 (1996)
      • Volume 29 (1997)
      • Volume 30 (1998)
      • Volume 31 (1999)
      • Volume 32 (2000)
      • Volume 33 (2001)
      • Volume 34 (2002)
      • Volume 35 (2003)
      • Volume 36 (2004)
      • Volume 37 (2005)
      • Volume 38 (2006)
      • Volume 39 (2007)
      • Volume 40 (2008)
      • Volume 41 (2009)
      • Volume 42 (2010)
      • Volume 43 (2011)
      • Volume 44 (2012)
      • Volume 45 (2013)
      • Volume 46 (2014)
      • Volume 47 (2015)
      • Volume 48 (2016)

• The current issue of the Fruit Gardener
• Ordering back issues
• Advertising information
• 20-year index of CRFG Publications (1969-1989),
  complete with cross-references and descriptions
  of 250 rare and unusual edible plants
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  (Printed copies available)

We welcome contributions of articles and other material consistent with the goals and interests of CRFG, for publication in the Fruit Gardener. Here are publication copy deadlines and manuscript format information. (Publication is solely at the editor’s discretion. If material is more appropriate to another publication style, such as Fruit Facts, or a “Tidbit” on the web site, the editor may recommend publication in that format.)

 

 
 
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