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Fruit & Nut Trees in the Home Garden

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Fruit & Nut Trees in the Home Garden
Almonds: Calendar of Operations for Home Gardeners
This series of handy guides for the home orchard gives a quick overview of major tasks that should be undertaken during the winter dormant, spring bloom, summer growing and harvest, and autumn seasons. This guide is for almonds.

Publication Number:: 7257
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Apples and Pears: Calendar of Operations for Home Gardeners
This series of handy guides for the home orchard gives a quick overview of major tasks that should be undertaken during the winter dormant, spring bloom, summer growing and harvest, and autumn seasons. This guide is for apples and pears.

Publication Number:: 7258
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Apricots: Calendar of Operations for Home Gardeners
This series of handy guides for the home orchard gives a quick overview of major tasks that should be undertaken during the winter dormant, spring bloom, summer growing and harvest, and autumn seasons. This guide is for apricots.

Publication Number:: 7259
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Budding & Grafting Citrus & Avocados in the Home Garden
It is often tempting, after eating a delicious orange or avocado, to plant the seed. But, fruit grown from these seed may not have the desired results. Here is an introduction to budding and grafting–the best way to produce good quality fruit.

Publication Number:: 8001
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Cherries: Calendar of Operations for Home Gardeners
This series of handy guides for the home orchard gives a quick overview of major tasks that should be undertaken during the winter dormant, spring bloom, summer growing and harvest, and autumn seasons. This guide is for cherry.

Publication Number:: 7260
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Citrus Leafminer and Citrus Peelminer
Citrus leafminer and citrus peelminer are serious pests of California citrus groves. Learn how to tell them apart and how to apply appropriate control measures. Includes many color photos.

Publication Number:: 8321
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Composting Is Good for Your Garden and the Environment
California Master Gardener Tip Sheet. The title says it: Composting is a good thing! Learn what to compost, how to manage your compost pile and how to use the finished product. Three mini-posters, four pages of text, plus links to useful resources.

Publication Number:: 8367
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El compostaje es bueno para su jardín y el medio ambiente
El título lo dice todo: ¡El compostaje es algo bueno! Aprenda qué materias usar, cómo manejar su montón de compost y cómo utilizar el producto final. Incluye tres mini-pósters y cuatro páginas de texto, más enlaces a recursos útiles en línea.

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Frost Protection for Citrus and Other Subtropicals
Basics of cold-weather protection for citrus, avocado, guava, loquat, and other subtropical fruit and nut trees.

Publication Number:: 8100
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Fruit and Nut Tree Pruning Guidelines for Arborists
An arborist's focus is on landscape trees, but fruit and nut trees in the landscape garden require different pruning methods. This quick guide shows the best ways to prune fruit and nut trees for good health, appearance, and crop.

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Fruit and Nut Varieties for Low-Elevation Sierra Foothills
Lower elevations of the Sierra Nevada have climate, soil, and drainage characteristics that make ideal growing conditions for certain fruit and nut tree varieties -- and less so for others. Use this guide to choose the best trees for your home orchard!

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Fruit Trees: Planting and Care of Young Trees
Learn how to plant, prune, and care for bare-root or countainer-grown fruit trees.

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Fruit Trees: Pruning Overgrown Deciduous Trees
How to rehabilitate that overgrown, untended fruit tree, or decide whether it's worth the effort.

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Fruit Trees: Thinning Young Fruit
When you reduce the number of young fruit on a tree early in the season, you improve the quality of the remaining fruit at harvest time.

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Fruit Trees: Training and Pruning Deciduous Trees
How to prune fruit and nut trees for optimum health and productivity.

Publication Number:: 8057
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Harvesting and Storing Your Home Orchard's Nut Crop: Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans,
The quality and quantity of your home orchard’s nut crop depend on the harvesting, handling, and storage methods that you use. This publication offers some handy advice for almonds, walnuts, pecans, pistachos, and chestnuts.

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Leafrollers on Ornamental and Fruit Trees: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Fruittree leafroller, Archips argyrospila, can be a serious pest throughout California. It occurs on a very large number of ornamental trees and is particularly damaging to deciduous and live oaks.

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Manejo del plagas de árboles frutales deciduos durante el invierno
La época latente de invierno es el momento para tratar los árboles frutales contra plagas como la cochinilla, los ácaros, el perforador del duraznero, los áfidos y los hongos como el torque de hoja y el barrenillo. ¡Que aproveche!

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Navel Orange Split
A near-ripe citrus fruit that splits on the tree gives a disappointing end to the growing season. Read about likely causes of navel orange split and what you can do to help reduce its occurrence.

Publication Number:: 8038
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Nuts: Safe Methods for Home Gardeners to Harvest, Store, and Enjoy
For almonds, chestnuts, pecans, pistachios and walnuts. Nuts are delicious and good for you, and many Californians can grow them at home. Here are some simple harvest, handling and storage tips you can follow to get the most out of your home nut orchard.

Publication Number:: 8407
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Olives: Safe Methods for Home Pickling
The health benefits of olive oil are also bringing olives into the spotlight. Learn how to make your own delicious olives at home using water, salt, oil or lye curing methods as well as tips on how to select and store fresh olives.

Publication Number:: 8267
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Passive Frost Protection of Trees and Vines
Freezing temperatures can have a devastating effect on tree and vine crop production. Proper management of your orchard or vineyard before a frost night can minimize potential damage. These management practices are called "passive protection."

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Peach Leaf Curl: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Leaf curl, also frequently referred to as peach leaf curl, affects the blossoms, fruit, leaves, and shoots of peaches, ornamental flowering peaches, and nectarines, and is one of the most common disease problems for backyard gardeners.

Publication Number:: 7426
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Peach Rust Caused by Tranzschelia discolor in California
Peach rust is a problem in every peach-growing area of California, but causes the greatest damage in the Sacramento Valley. Color photos and descriptions in this publication help you identify the disease and the conditions that encourage its development.

Publication Number:: 8011
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