Monthly Archives: September 2016

Hungarian method of Peach Leaf Curl (Taphrina deformans) control

As quoted by a Hungarian associate. I am doing it different way than others. What is important is to start doing the prevention in the previous year. I give them systemic fungicide in autumn before leaf fall. It prevents infection … Continue reading

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Grape variety ‘Dea’

The fruit is very large with a yellow skin colour, with the fruit ripe towards the end of September outside. The taste is fruity and juicy. It can be quite a vigorous grower, and it is self pollinated. It can … Continue reading

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Grape – Muscat Blue seedless

Grape – Muscat Blue seedless growing outdoors as a single stem cordon. This is a particularly useful disease resistant variety producing excellent juicy blue/black grapes. It crops reliably and can be used for dessert or wine.

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Mulberry – Illinois Everbearing still fruiting 2nd week Sept

Mulberry – Illinois Everbearing still fruiting 2nd week Sept. This must be one of the longest fruiting varieties, with flavour and sweetness just as good.

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Leicestershire Heritage Apple – Langton Nonesuch

Leicestershire is in the East Midlands of the UK, a slightly cooler climate than in the traditional apple growing counties of the UK. The varieties that we grow, are being grown on behalf of the LEICESTERSHIRE HERITAGE APPLE PROJECT with … Continue reading

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