Fruit Gardener

Volume 46, No. 5 - September & October 2014

U.S. $7.50; Canada/Mexico Air $9.50; Foreign Air $10.50
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Fruit Gardener March/April 2014 cover

Photo by Oscar Jaitt

Features

2014 Fruit Shoot Winners
Emory Walton and crew have worked swiftly. In the March & April issue they presented us with the winning photos from the 2013 Fruit Shoot. And now here are the 2014 winners!
 
Prescription for Citrus Greening... Apply Heat and Wait
There are today many articles concerning the threat of Huanglongbing, or citrus greening
disease. Researchers are working feverishly to stave it off until a universal modality of effective, permanent treatment can be identified and refined. This one seems to have promise.
 
Beyond the White Bread
Ian Crown, owner of Panoramic Fruit Company in Puerto Rico, offers a rare-fruit treat as he surveys several obscure Artocarpus species and recounts the history of his growing operation.
 
Sea Buckthorn or Seaberry
Bev Alfeld holds forth once more on cold climate berries. Harder to harvest than it is to grow, sea buckthorn nevertheless offers remarkable culinary and financial rewards to the faithful.
 
Balancing Multi-Grafted Fruit Trees
George Tyson offers some down-to-earth, common sense advice on grafting and pruning.
Specifically he discusses his concerns with multi-grafted fruit trees that are hard to manage.
 
Departments

From the Editor
From the President
The CRFG Kitchen—YEAR OF THE QUINCE
Jamming with Jamlady—SEA BUCKTHORN OR SEABERRY
The Marketplace
Seed Bank
Essentials

CRFG Officers, Chapters and Services
CRFG Membership

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