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TreeCropper 82

2022-11-21T14:22:12+13:00

TreeCropper Issue 82 Front Cover: Leonie Bart (centre, pink shirt) shared her extensive knowledge and experience with NZTCA members as we toured her 4ha avocado orchard during Conference 2015  2 Editor's opinion  3 Thanks to members contributing to TreeCropper  4 President's report  5 NZTCA notices  6 Pips and Pieces  8 Your letters  9 Growing bat willow 10 In defence of truffles 14 Willow weaver 16 Growing willow for basketry 18 New methods for growing avocado 21 Goji leaf 22 Winter chill explained 28 Dr Don McKenzie award — Dick Endt 30 Whangarei Conference 2015 report 41 Fig flower 42 Pomegranates in [...]

TreeCropper 822022-11-21T14:22:12+13:00

TreeCropper 80

2022-11-21T14:21:40+13:00

TreeCropper Issue 80 Front Cover: Flowers and fruit (unripe in picture) are simultaneous on jaboticaba, which is obviously pollinated by bees in New Zealand.  2 Editor's opinion Sheryn Clothier  3 Thanks to members contributing to TreeCropper  4 President's report Bill Rae  5 Your letters 10 Casimiroa - members’ reports continued 12 Pips and pieces - classified advertising 13 Jaboticaba 16 Jaboticaba - members’ reports 22 Biodynamics explained 24 Conference 2015 28 Fig pruning 30 Black currants in NZ 32 Nelson Branch trials 35 Ginkgo - Motueka trial 36 Alders Countrywide comments 41 Annemarie Endt on babacos 42 Rachel Rose on tree [...]

TreeCropper 802022-11-21T14:21:40+13:00
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