Friday, June 26, 2015

Raising Fruit Crops Successfully

All too often I get calls from folks who are having difficulty with fruit crops they've planted. All too often, the cause can be traced back to errors in variety selection, plant placement, spacing, soil preparation, etc. These are errors that can be easily avoided by following recommendations from NCSU horticultural experts. Fortunately, much of their recommendations are available through on-line publications. For convenience, I've linked them all here:

Bluebberies -

Strawberries -

Blackberries -

Bunch grapes -

Muscadine grapes -

Tree fruit (apples, peaches, pears, etc.) -

Disease & insect management for tree fruit -

Training & pruning fruit trees -

Feel free to contact me for more information on any of these subjects.

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