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Fungal Pathogens26928Jul
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Tree Fruit Nutrition15823Jun
Making It Better10122Jun
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As someone who’s getting closer to having to take this endeavor “seriously”, (not sure why I feel that way still, after already investing thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours in our orchard-mayb...
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OK, so I don't know if this should fall under the Sensible Equipment section, and I know that washing sooty blotch and fly speck off apples is featured in other related threads. But this is my favori...
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Hi Gang, We have been approached by a couple of schools about tours in the orchard. We want to accommodate, excite the wee ones and spread the good news about ugly apples and radical biodiversity. ...
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Pommes de Terre
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Pommes de Terre

Dixon, Montana

Steve Dagger writes: “My growing philosophy is based on an awareness that all agricultural endeavors require reconciling two contrary realities. On the one hand natural cycles and variation in temperature and moisture control what soil and vegetation types will evolve and persist on my particular place on earth. On the other hand nearly all the plants I choose to grow are domesticated and require outside inputs and interventions to enable them to thrive.”

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