Volume 48, No. 4 - July & August 2016
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Photo by Tim Alfeld- Crystal Lake, IL
- When the Deliveries Stopped
- No one enjoys writing about anyone passing away, especially
not someone close. Ian Crown has written a heartfelt tribute
to his longtime friend and fellow fruit lover, Felipe Osborne
Shea. Although lamenting the loss of a friend, Ian shares with
us some precious memories.
- What is a Jujube?
- Mel Smith offers another brief look at Rock Front Ranch, a
jujube-growing operation. It is
just one of the many interesting tour locations that are
listed on the list of things to do and
places to see at this year’s Festival of Fruit in San Luis
Obispo. Plan to be there in August.
- Growing Pineapple in Malibu
- This how-to article from Agnes Philpot could seem to some
longtime readers to be rather
ho-hum stuff. Okay; it is said that there’s nothing new under
the sun. While this is not
a new idea, it is quite possible that many readers, especially
the younger ones, might be
surprised to learn how easy it is to propagate pineapples.
Such common-sense material may
turn out to be this writer’s hallmark. Watch for more articles
from this general direction.
- Beaumont Macadamia
- Don Winterstein has an inquiring mind. Having been a career
scientist, he is a natural
skeptic. Moreover, he has little reluctance to try new ideas
and seemingly no fear of the
unorthodox for getting results. So when he finds himself in a
fruit-growing dilemma, he
pretty much considers it more a challenge than an obstacle.
This article is like that. Yes, it is.
- Fresh Juice and Juicing in Bangkok
- This juicy article from Bev Alfeld is another look at the
countless people, places and things in
Southeast Asia that are so different from our way of life. Yet
in some ways the habits and diets
of folks in such distant places are amazing in their
straightforward, common-sense approaches.
- A Very Old Walnut Graft
- Have you ever wished for some very large, old walnut lumber
for making something? Keith
Borglum has some, but he made an unexpected discovery while
milling it out into huge slabs.
- Ask the Experts—GUAVA TYPES, PINEAPPLE, SICK PLUM.
From the Editor
From the President
Fruit Tree Adventures—BEAUMONT MACADAMIA
The CRFG Kitchen—RARE FRUITS & RARE FOODS
Jamming with Jamlady—FRESH JUICE AND JUICING
- CRFG Officers, Chapters and Services
Festival of Fruit Reminder
Lost Friends —THREE TRIBUTES
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