Cornell Guide to Growing Fruit at Home
Marvin Pritts, Marcia Eames-Sheavly, Craig Cramer, "Cornell Guide to Growing Fruit at Home"
2003 | ISBN: 157753302X | 105 pages | PDF | 1,5 MB
Home-grown fruit. Nothing tastes better or is more satisfying to cultivate.
In simple language and informative graphics, the Cornell Guide to Growing Fruit at Home tells you how to grow and harvest the
freshest, highest-quality fruit right in your own backyard, including:
* choosing the best varieties.
* site selection.
* soil preparation.
* pruning and training.
* pest and disease management.
From easy-to-grow berries that you can plant and harvest this season to more challenging grapes and fruit trees that can provide
a lifetime of crops, it's all here. There's even a section on littleknown fruits that make handsome landscape plants as well as
provide tasty harvests.
In just a few short years, you can turn your yard into an edible
landscape. Here's how
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