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Pre leaf fall Fungicide application to Peaches etc

Today (12th November 2014) was one of the few days this time of the year that was not raining and was not too windy. So I took the opportunity to do a pre leaf fall fungicide application to my peaches, … Continue reading

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What do think I am doing here ??

Its the end of March 2014, and we have had a very mild winter. No snow, hardly any frost, but plenty of rain rain rain and more rain. But do you think I am going to do next ??? Well … Continue reading

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Some Species do not need help in Rooting

These scions have been stored in our fridge at 2 deg C, wrapped in damp tissue, within a plastic bag. It shows that even at those temperatures they can still shoot out. Another group of Plum cuttings show the bases … Continue reading

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Peach Leaf Curl (Taphrina deformans)

This year peach leaf curl has been devastating. Virtually affecting all of my peaches, nectarines, but not to any great extent on my almonds or apricots. Even the varieties that are supposedly resistant have been affected. The fungus spores that … Continue reading

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Is this too early for my Almonds to flower

This variety is called ‘Durkenhiemer’ and is in flower today 4th March 2012. They do look so fresh and healthy, and they must be one of the earliest flowers.

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