Backyard Fruit Production: An Illustrated Guide to Raising Fresh Fruit Economically and Practically

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Carlisle Press, 1999 - Gardening - 84 pages
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Utilize your backyard so it becomes productive and useful . . . Attain self-sufficiency without adding more acres . . . Discover the delight and convenience of tree-ripened fruit . . . Enjoy a safe, healthful harvest of season-long goodness.

This illustrated guide reveals the possibility of fruit growing success using a nurseryman's common sense approach to home-orcharding. It contains a basic step-by-step format to take you from planting to harvesting.

Whether you are an optimistic beginner or an experienced fruit grower . . . if you appreciate earth-sensitive methods . . . this book is for you!

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Contents

Planting
18
When Do I Spray?
38
Currants
69
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