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The Last Great Peach Event? | prunegrapes.com
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He converted five acres of prune orchards to irrigation from his domestic well and installed micro-sprinklers, which are far more water-efficient than the.

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Tours of grape vineyards provide insight into South Plains wine industry
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BROWNFIELD — The next time Shelby Owens pours herself a glass of her favorite wine, she'll have new appreciation for the hard work and labor that goes into planting, growing and harvesting grapes for wine. “It's fun to tour and see all the different …

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Dr. Dirt: Prepare to battle to save grapes
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Dear Dr. Dirt: My seedless Concord grape vine was finally going to bear fruit for the first time and it looked like a bumper crop. However, starting in July, a few of the fruits … Pruning is usually done in late winter or early spring. The new growth …

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Optimum Nutrition Amino Energy 65 Servings, Concord …
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Good news! You can purchase Optimum Nutrition Amino Energy 65 Servings, Concord Grape, 585 Grams with low price and compare to view best price on this product.… … From → Tools & Home Improvement. Comments …

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New risk management options for Ohio apple, grape and …
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Producers also have access to new online tools designed to help them determine the options that work best for their operations. The Crop Insurance Decision Tool and the SCO/APH Yield Exclusion mapping tool, available …

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Don Davis: The controversy surrounding the Knock Out Rose
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It needs very little if any care in the way of pruning, deadheading and pesticide applications, and it blooms nonstop from May 1 to Halloween in the Lynchburg area. Powdery mildew and black … Perhaps it is just a matter of sour grapes. One complaint …

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The Last Great Peach Event?
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He converted five acres of prune orchards to irrigation from his domestic well and installed micro-sprinklers, which are far more water-efficient than the traditional method of flood irrigation. He started dry-farming (as in, not watering) his grapes …

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Climate change hitting where it hurts: your wine
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My briefing notes from the Wine Grape Council of South Australia for a growers' panel in part read: "Harvest dates across the industry are circa 30 days earlier than they were 20-30 years ago. This means that grapes are ripening quicker and in …

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Landscaping with your child
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If space allows; plant small fruit trees, apple, pear, peach and plum are great trees that can be pruned to grow and stay small, keep in mind you need two to produce fruit. If space is an issue plant strawberries, blueberries, or grapes. These plants …

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