Volume 27, No. 5 - September/October 1995
U.S $3.00; Foreign Surface $4.00; Foreign Air $5.00
- Grow Mangos and Bananas in Southern California?
It's not as difficult as you'd think, say
Tim and Darla Thompson reporting on their mango experience
and Alice Ramirez reporting on a talk by Eph Konigsberg
- Kiwis Won't Fruit?
David Kuchta tells which varieties to buy
- What Can a Growers Association Do for Its Members?
Claude Sweet relates the origins of the California Cherimoya Association
- Double-Duty Approach Grafting
What to do with tropicals and subtropicals that don't like to have their growth interrupted,
as told by Roger Meyer
- The Soil in Your Orchard
Glenn Young explains the soil texture triangle used by university soil science departments
- UC Cooperative Extension Needs Your Help
Yvonne Savio asks rare fruit growers in Southern California to comment on a variety list for
- From the Ground Up: Drying Raisin Grapes on the Vine
Grapes dried on the vine give quality raisins at less cost,
reports Robert Chambers
- How I Grow Loquats with More Flesh and Less Seed
David Silber offers seven basic principles for getting quality fruit
- Plug into the Master Gardeners
Master Gardener classes give 50 hours of training and CRFG members love it
- A Propagation Idea that Works
Glenn Young finds another use for a clothes hanger...and for a compost pile
- Evergreen Fruit Plants: Scion Collection and Grafting
Collecting scions of evergreen fruit plants is tricky,
writes Todd Kennedy
Ask the Experts
Bits & Pieces
Container Gardening (Soil)
CRFG Services and Chapters
Publications and Merchandise List
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