Volume 31, No. 4 - July/August 1999
U.S $4.00; Foreign Surface $5.00; Foreign Air $7.00
- Using Grapes
- To use grapes year-round, first you have to store them. Plant
breeder Lon Rombough tells you how.
- Weeds, Left Unchecked, Can Hurt Orchard Production for Years
- The weekly newspaper of the California Farm Bureau offers several
ways to attack the weed problem.
- The Peento or Saucer Peach
- The Chinese saucer peach has a long history and now appears in some
California markets under the name 'Donut' peach.
- Ripening Fruit
- From nurseryman Bernard King in New Zealand comes an assortment of
ideas that can help ripen fruit.
- Brunei: The Richest Little Kingdom in the World
- Fruit surprises in Brunei never cease, reports Maurice Kong, when
you have an expert guide like Dr. Bobby Tee.
- Table Grapes in Northern California
- Richard Jeske tells how he grows his grapes and gives them a star
rating from 1 to 5.
- Exploring the Fruits of Honduras
- Honduras is a beautiful mix of Mayan relics and superb fruits and
Noel Ramos gives us words and pictures to prove it.
- Short Features
- Shrill Shrieks of Shrink Scare Off Raucous Raccoons
High School Students Partner Up to Graft Apples
Coffee Can as Fruit Picker
- CRFG News
- Festival of Fruit Update
In Memoriam: Chris Popko
Development Fund News
Seed Bank Administrator Needed
- Ask the Experts
Container Gardening (Winter Leaf Drop)
Hands On (Gravel-Pit Gardening)
Organic Gardening Q&A (Gophers)
Publications & Merchandise List
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