Fruit Gardener

Volume 35, No. 4 - July/August 2003

U.S $5.00; Foreign Surface $6.00; Foreign Air $8.00
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Photo by David Karp.

The Year of the Citrus Was No Lemon
Randy Smith, of the Inland Empire chapter, frankly admits being a Festival of Fruit neophyte in his refreshing overview of this year’s event; through the eyes of a new-comer, Randy does his chapter proud in describing what he saw and did at Riverside.
A Walk in the Garden
From his orchard garden in Abbeville, Louisiana, Travis Callahan talks of something we all do often, yet seldom verbalize: he shares an interesting stream-of-consciousness account of his daily walk to the mailbox with canine friend Misty.
California Orchards: Visions of Sugarplums
After another of his fascinating odysseys in search of the best fruits, David Karp serves up a colorful and mouth-watering account of the finest plums imaginable.
Feeding and Balancing the Soil
Ever heard of Neal Kinsey? Ever heard of his renowned soils course? Ever heard of The Center for Living in Harmony? Well, Dan Kinnard had heard of them, and was a skeptic—that is, until he met Neal Kinsey and spent a week listening to him.
So What Makes an Expert?
New Zealand’s Bernard King once had difficulty putting his finger on the best ways of imparting useful information to his nursery clientele. Here he opines that perhaps the best methods for accumulating such information are simple observation and careful listening—letting people and places teach you through your senses.
FRUIT BRIEF
History of Potting Soil by Gary Matsuoka
News & Notices
2003 Fruit Shoot Winners
About submissions and advertising
CRFG Membership card
Organization Contacts
Departments
Ask the Experts -- MACADAMIA, MANGOS, GRAFTING
Container Gardening -- CUTTINGS AND SEEDLINGS
CRFG Kitchen -- MOROCCAN PRESERVED LEMONS
Fruit Forum
Fruit Specialist List Update
Organic Gardening -- AMAZONIAN DARK EARTH
President's Message
Seed Bank
The Marketplace MERCHANDISE, CLASSIFIEDS

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