Fruit Gardener

Volume 39, No. 3 - May & June 2007

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Fruit Gardener May & June 2007 cover

Photo By
David Karp

Features

 
A Very Good Fruit
Felipe Osborne Shea reliably produces colorful articles about tropical fruits that
are his favorites. In keeping with his tradition, here is another one about a fruit
that tastes great but defi es efforts to nail down exactly what it should be called.
 
The Quest for Musk Strawberry Hybrids
The intensive research and interviewing that David Karp does for his material is
obvious to most readers. He is impeccable with respect to backing up any information
that he presents for publication. That is to be expected from any successful
freelance writer. But the big difference with David is that his endeavors are more
than a means of making a living. They are labors born of true avidity and love of
fruit. This piece on musk strawberries makes that clear. Note the back cover photo.
 
Two Small Fruits
Juan A. Rivero is a name readers can always count on for stories about unusual
fruits from far-flung tropical climes. And who among us wouldn’t be interested in
exotic common names such as Lingaro or the nitrogen-fixing Blueberry Jam Bush?
Fruit Brief

News & Notices

Book Review (fresh citrus fruits)
Classified and Display Advertising Information
CRFG Services and Contact Information
CRFG Subscription Information & Form
Festival of Fruit 2007 Info & Registration Form
Tribute to Clytia Chambers, Founding Editor
Departments

Ask the Experts–AND WHAT IS SO RARE AS
Back to the Future–MANGOS GROWING IN CALIFORNIA
Container Gardening–BILL ROSS'S FINAL COLUMN
CRFG Kitchen–MORE AND MORE ABOUT MANGOS
Fruit Forum
Jamming with Jamlady–YOU CAN CAN MANGOS
Organic Gardening–ORGANIC PEST CONTROL
President's Message
Seed Bank
The Marketplace CRFG MERCHANDISE, CLASSIFIEDS

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