Adams and Leroy--agents for the Texas AaM Extension Service--are experts in the area of fruit cultivation in the South. Here they offer gardeners the most up-to-date information and techniques available to assure the Southern gardener maximum production and yield. Tips cover the best varieties for the climate, pest control, planning, pruning, and more. 85 full-color photographs.Where possible, till or disk the soil several times prior to planting. Work on raising the bed, if necessary, months before planting to allow the soil a chance to settle. Bare-rooted trees should be soaked in water for 2 to 6 hours before planting.
|Title||:||Growing fruits & nuts in the South|
|Author||:||William D. Adams, Thomas R. Leroy|
|Publisher||:||Taylor Pub - 1992-10|