FIG Fruit Facts - California Rare Fruit Growers Inc

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Jul 15 2020FIG FRUIT FACTS(Fruit Facts are a series of publications of the the California Rare Fruit Growers Inc that contain information on individual fruits including botanical identification description and culture notes based on California research and characteristics of cultivars)

Fruit Plants Botany

Welcome to the California Rare Fruit Growers Inc web site Founded in 1968 California Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG) is the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world with members in 48 states and U S territories and 30 countries The worldwide membership of CRFG includes many nationally recognized botanical gardens rare fruit

Conadria Additional Information

Released in 1956 Produces excellent figs on coast Most prolific every year Skin cracks all over but does not split Good either fresh or dried Info on this variety from Sanders Figs in Containers Fruit Gardeners California Rare Fruit Growers Vol 23 No 6 December 1991: Medium-to-large fruit with a thin light-green skin

sacramento rare fruit growers

brThe Sacramento area chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers meets several times throughout the year at various locations See who you know at California Rare Fruit Growers Inc leverage your professional network and get hired ( Log Out / This is in addition to dues for membership in the California Rare Fruit Growers membership California Rare Fruit Growers Sacramento 01

Fruit Nut Information

Fig Fruit Facts California Rare Fruit Growers Lychee Fruit Facts California Rare Fruit Growers Mango Fruit Facts California Rare Fruit Growers California Rare Fruit Growers Highly Rated Gooseberries and Currants at the USDA-ARS National Clonal Germplasm Repository Stan Pluta Institute of Pomology and Floriculture Poland and Kim Hummer

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Before pruning any fruit tree it is important to know its bearing habits and ultimately what shape or size you would like the tree to be when it reaches maturity You mentioned that you would like to know how and when to prune the Brown Turkey fig that you bought and planted in a pot last year

Ficus carica L

Jul 15 2020FIG FRUIT FACTS(Fruit Facts are a series of publications of the the California Rare Fruit Growers Inc that contain information on individual fruits including botanical identification description and culture notes based on California research and characteristics of cultivars)

Crop Profile: Gooseberries in New York

Gooseberry: Fruit Facts 1996 California Rare Fruit Growers Inc 3 pp Currant and Gooseberry Pests -- Currant Aphid Northwest Berry and Grape Information Net Currant and Gooseberry Pests -- Currant Borer Northwest Berry and Grape Information Net Slingerland M V and C R Crosby Manual of Fruti Insects 1914

Jujube California Rare Fruit Growers

Jujube Ziziphus jujuba Mill Rhamnaceae Common Names: Jujube Chinese Date Tsao Related Species: Indian Jujube (Ziziphus mauritiana) Distant Affinity: Purple Haw (Colubrina texensis) Raisin Tree (Hovenia dulcis) Origin: The jujube originated in China where they have been cultivated for more than 4 000 years and where there are over 400 cultivars The plants traveled beyond Asia centuries

Looking for FREE fig cuttings

Since you are in California you might enjoy attending a meeting of the California Rare Fruit Growers Chapter that is closest to your home Meeting people on line is fun and it is interesting to find out how people who are pushing the limits to grow figs in Zone 5 or 6 manage to do it but it's also great to make friends with someone who has

Fig – California Rare Fruit Growers Inc

Fruits: The common fig bears a first crop called the breba crop in the spring on last season's growth The second crop is borne in the fall on the new growth and is known as the main crop The second crop is borne in the fall on the new growth and is known as the main crop

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Before pruning any fruit tree it is important to know its bearing habits and ultimately what shape or size you would like the tree to be when it reaches maturity You mentioned that you would like to know how and when to prune the Brown Turkey fig that you bought and planted in a pot last year

Growing Figs in Victoria

Fruit tree catalogues list fig trees as hardy throughout Zones 7 to 11 without protection and in Zones 4 to 7 with winter cover Your yard's microclimate will determine whether a fig tree will flourish Figs are rated as hardy in Victoria's Zone 8 Winter cold below -10 can damage branch tips and may cause the fig

White Sapote California Rare Fruit Growers

The fruit becomes pungent and unpleasant if overripe In California the flesh of the wooly-leaf sapote is often bitter and unpleasant The fruit contains 5 - 7 short-lived seeds thaat resemble a greatly enlarged orange seed They range in size from 1 - 2 inches in length The fruits also usually contain several aborted thin papery seeds

Garden Guides

Sep 21 2017The fig tree (Ficus carcia) is a deciduous tree thought to have originated in Asia according to California Rare Fruit Growers Inc The fruit of the fig tree is sweet and can be canned for use throughout the year Fig trees are easy to propagate according to Clemson University Extension Fig trees grow best when

Ficus carica L

Jul 15 2020FIG FRUIT FACTS(Fruit Facts are a series of publications of the the California Rare Fruit Growers Inc that contain information on individual fruits including botanical identification description and culture notes based on California research and characteristics of cultivars)

Brown Turkey Additional Information

The good quality fruit is recommended for fresh eating in contrast to drying or preserving The fruits are medium sized with thin tough brown skin tinged with purple The pulp is a rosy pink with a rich flavor Fruit is harvested during February March and April (Australia) (032)

Fruit Nut Information

California Rare Fruit Growers Hardy Kiwifruit Fruit Facts California Rare Fruit Growers Organizations California Rare Fruit Growers Fullerton CA California Kiwifruit Commission Fresno CA Production Economics Organic Versus a Conventional Farming System in Kiwifruit (pdf) J K Hasey UCCE Sutter and Yuba Cos R Johnson UCCE Dept of

Kinds Of Figs

Calimyrna Calimyra figs are recognizable by their green-yellow skin and amber coloring on the inside of the fruit They're grown primarily in the San Diego region of California and are highly prized among fig connoisseurs for their sweet nutty flavor 2 Their cultivation is unusual -- small pollinator wasps are used to pollinate the figs in a process called caprification which gives the

Bonita Creek Nursery: Rare Fruit Trees in San Diego Los

BONITA CREEK NURSERY - San Diego CA We are grower of bareroot fruit trees and we are located in Southern California We specialize in growing and grafting fruit trees like Atemoya Cherimoya Avocado Banana Carob Tropical Cherry Citrus Dragon Fruit (Pitaya) Guava Guamuchil Ice Cream Bean Jackfruit Kei Apple Loquat Longan Lychee and several varieties of Mango (asian indian and

When Do Fig Trees Bloom?

The fig tree or Ficus carica reaches only 10 to 30 feet in height at maturity producing a pear-shaped brown or bronze-colored fruit Figs grow in tropical and subtropical climates bearing fruit twice every growing season Fig trees bloom in early spring but are not considered ornamental Green

Conadria Additional Information

Released in 1956 Produces excellent figs on coast Most prolific every year Skin cracks all over but does not split Good either fresh or dried Info on this variety from Sanders Figs in Containers Fruit Gardeners California Rare Fruit Growers Vol 23 No 6 December 1991: Medium-to-large fruit with a thin light-green skin

Fruit Facts – California Rare Fruit Growers Inc

Fruit Facts is now a Wiki containing information on individual fruits including botanical identification plant description and culture notes and characteristics of cultivars The information is derived from growers experience based largely on California research as well as various published sources Some of the more important published sources quoted include All About Growing Citrus and

Lychee California Rare Fruit Growers

Jan 24 2014Flowering precedes fruit maturity by approximately 140 days Fruits: The fruit is covered by a leathery rind or pedicarp which is pink to strawberry-red in color and rough in texture A greenish-yellow variety is not grown in California at present Fruit shape is oval heart-shaped or nearly round 1 to 1-1/2 inches in length