Volume 33, No. 3 - May/June 2001
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- Growing Guavas in Greater Phoenix
- In his forays as a residential contractor, Steve Flowers found a great variety
of interesting plants growing in the back yards of Phoenix residents. Guavas were
prominent among the fruits he discovered. Now he grows and sells lots of them.
- Angkor Wat--Ancient Wonder
Asian Tour, Part IV of IV: Cambodia
- Soon after arriving in Cambodia, Maurice Kong and his companions exchanged
dollars for rials and became instant millionaires. Then they went fruit shopping.
- Cherimoya Pollination by Hand: The Essentials of Doing it Right
- Dario Grossberger shares with us the art and science of the
hand-pollination methods that seem to work best in his familyís cherimoya
orchard. This is a labor-intensive job if there ever was one, but if done
right it pays off big in fruit yield.
- From the Archives: The Green Sapote
- Taken from the 1973 CRFG Yearbook, an in-depth article by Paul Thomson about the
Green Sapote, its cultivation history in California and the details of his efforts.
- One More Report from Festival of Fruit 2000
- Jim Bathgate relates a tale about persimmons. Let the buyer beware,
because what you see ainít necessarily what you get when you purchase persimmon varieties.
Homage to Our Gentle Professor
- Read the accounts of the life and accomplishments of Prof. C.A. Schroeder,
known to most of us just as Art. Everyone should have had a botany teacher like this man.
We will not forget him.
- Ask the Experts -- Capers from Seed
Container Gardening (About Quinn)
CRFG Kitchen -- Keep Doing It With Guavas
CRFG Services and Chapters
Organic Gardening (Seeds & Politics)
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