Volume 42, No. 6 - November & December 2010
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- Fruit Shoot 2010 Photo Contest Winners
- Emory Walton and his panel of diligent judges have served up yet another generous
helping of some of the most colorful rare fruit images that money can’t buy.
- Pomona Pictorial: Festival of Fruit 2010
- Rumor is that the Festival of Fruit 2010 held at Cal Poly Pomona might be the most
successful ever. Hard to say, but a wealth of photos seem to point to the possibility.
- Tejocote: No Longer Forbidden
- David Karp offers a rare treat: a first look at the once-smuggled tejocote, a fruit
long prized in Mexico and the American Southwest as a base for making seasonal
latino ponche. Tejocote is now commercially available, thanks to U.S. growers.
- International Fruit Hunter
- John Torgrimson of Seed Savers Exchange recently wrote an interesting piece
about David Karp, ofttime Fruit Gardener contributor. It was a vivid vignette of
David and just who he is, a tribute we decided was well worth reiterating here.
- A Personal Ordeal With a Horrible Soil
- We can’t imagine how Nick Lolonis recalls all these larger-than-life accounts of
dealing with the adversities of fruit tree cultivation. But we’re glad that he does.
- A Dream Farm Come True
- Jamlady is a regular at farmers markets in the Chicago area. But who would believe
that Bev Alfeld loves tromping around in the mud at a farm? You’d better believe it.
- News & Notices
- Chapter Calendar
CRFG Officers, Chapters and Services
Fruit Gardener Display Advertising Rates
Fruit Gardener Subscriptions
Public Service Announcement
Ask The Experts—GLOBAL WARMING?
The CRFG Kitchen —GOODIES FROM THE LA CHAPTER
From the President
Jamming with Jamlady—DREAM FARM
Organic Gardening—FOLIAR FEEDING, COMPOST TEAS
The Marketplace—CRFG GOODIES & CLASSIFIED
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