As summer fruit begins to ripen, or should I say rot, the calls start coming in.
Home orchardists in Kentuckiana are at wits end as they watch their apples, peaches and pears do little more than fall from the tree in a spotted, bruised or petrified state.
Managing orchard trees isn’t for the hands-off gardener; it takes effort to have healthy productive trees and that effort starts now.
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