Volume 46, No. 5 - September & October 2014
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Photo by Oscar Jaitt
- 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.
- From the Editor
From the President
The CRFG Kitchen—YEAR OF THE QUINCE
Jamming with Jamlady—SEA BUCKTHORN OR SEABERRY
- CRFG Officers, Chapters and Services
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