Fruit Gardener

Volume 29, No. 2 - March/April 1997

U.S $3.00; Foreign Surface $4.00; Foreign Air $5.00
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Mulberries: Are They Strictly for the Birds?
After a brief overview of mulberry history, Don Gholston discusses the three mulberry species
Trials and Tribulations of Marketing
Excerpts from John Swift's talk at the CRFG Annual Meeting carry a sidebar on the upcoming cherimoya meeting
Fruit of the Conquerors
In this cover story, Noel Ramos tells why the Mamey Sapote is highly regarded in Latin America
San Diego Mango Bonanza 1996
In Part II of his report on mangos in California, Jim Neitzel discusses growing mangos from seed
A New Rooting Method of "Hard-to-Root" Plants
Licenses are now available for a patented process of rooting cuttings
Increasing the Bee Population
Gretchen Sanders reports on her success in attracting bees with 'Salvia Indigo' plantings
Wild Fruits of the North and Far North
Snow Fruits Great for Cooking are the subject of Part II of this personal chronicle by Alice Ramirez
Girdling: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Farm advisor Kevin Day gives tips on girdling
The Pleasure of Tastings
Taste is personal but we can learn from taste tests reports Gretchen Sanders
Tarwi: Q & A on the Internet
Don Gholston gives the needed information
CRFG 1997 Festival of Fruits
E-mail Fruit Information
Fruit Specialists List
Development Fund News
New Seed Bank Administrators

Ask the Experts
Software Program Review
Container Gardening (Jaboticaba and Figs)
CRFG Kitchen
CRFG Services and Chapters
Hands On (Garden Pests)
Organic Gardening Q&A (Giant Whitefly) President's Message
Publications & Merchandise List
Seed Bank

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