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The Growing of Persimmons

Dec 13 2018California Rare Fruit Growers is the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world The Monterey Bay Chapter —serving home gardeners and market farmers alike in Santa Cruz Monterey and beyond—holds fun and informative tastings workshops and exchanges throughout the

Become a Member

Join the California Rare Fruit Growers and our Monterey Bay chapter CRFG is the world's largest amateur fruit growing organization with members across the state and in many other states and countries Our chapter membership membership spans Santa Cruz Monterey and San Benito Counties We

California Rare Fruit Growers CRFG Orange County Chapter

California Rare Fruit Growers is a membership of like-minded experimenters and enthusiasts dedicated to: 1 Conducting research on hardiness propagation and growing requirements of rare fruits under California conditions 2 Introducing and distributing new fruits potentially adaptable to California 3

7/24 Rare Fruit Trees Sale The California Rare Fruit Growers

7/24 Rare Fruit Trees Sale The California Rare Fruit Growers Rare Fruit Trees Sale –Open to Public The California Rare Fruit Growers garden club is having their annual Fruit Tree Sale Saturday July 24th 9AM to Noon-or-so at the Veteran's Building across from the County Fairgrounds on HWY 12 just east of HWY 101 in Santa Rosa as guests of the weekly Farmer's Market

Scion Exchange 2019

Jan 18 2019California Rare Fruit Growers – West LA Chapter because the best things in life do grow on trees I have a few cuttings from a Black Beauty mulberry I picked up during the plant auction meeting I can have/ trade? My mom bought me one this year with fruit and flower buds on it But even with hand pollination the flowers didn't set

CRFG

Follow the 3-step process to become a SCV chapter member: Step 1: Become a State CRFG member You must be a member of the State CRFG in order to join the local Santa Clara Valley CRFG chapter The State CRFG is our "parent" organization and provides insurance to members at our events

Scion Exchange

A Press Democrat article about members and grafting including Fred who has 100 varieties of apples on one tree If you are donating plants to the raffle please label them with this form Additional scion exchanges are held at CRFG chapters throughout California Texas Arizona and Nevada

Find Local Food In Napa Valley

California Rare Fruit Growers – Redwood Empire Chapter is a group of local fruit enthusiasts in Sonoma and Napa County area Growing and sharing rare and unusual varieties of fruit helps preserve genetic diversity and raise awareness of sustainable agricultural practices

A table a chair a bowl of fruit and a violin

Apr 02 2016School Program of the of the California Rare Fruit Growers of the Redwood Empire The Redwood Empire Chapter of CRFG is the most active and successful of all the national organization's chapters Members of the Redwood Empire CRFG in "Luther Burbank country" get together regularly to taste fruits trade plants share/train grafting and

LOS ANGELES CHAPTER

California Tom has been a member of the California Rare Fruit Growers for 25 years and is a past president of the San Diego chapter Tom was the manager of Pacific Tree Farms for more than ten years There is no doubt that with such an incredible background Tom will certainly make our meeting an outstanding experience

California Rare Fruit Growers Redwood Chapter has a Rare

Jul 03 2015An annual event open to the public is the California Rare Fruit Growers Redwood Chapter plant sale where commonly over 50 varieties of common rare and experimental trees and plants from collectors all over Northern California are available at modest charge This year will feature unusual apple varieties like those in the Burbank Goldridge

LOS ANGELES CHAPTER

California Tom has been a member of the California Rare Fruit Growers for 25 years and is a past president of the San Diego chapter Tom was the manager of Pacific Tree Farms for more than ten years There is no doubt that with such an incredible background Tom will certainly make our meeting an outstanding experience

California Rare Fruit Growers CRFG Orange County Chapter

California Rare Fruit Growers CRFG Orange County Chapter August 14 at 7:56 AM For those who want to order carob just to give themselves a sensory experience while watching the Thurs Aug 20th Meeting with a presentation by Megan Lynch on Carob: The Rodney Dangerfield of the Rare Fruit

Golden Gate Scion Exchange

As the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world our famous annual Scion Exchanges are the most prominent event by which California Rare Fruit Growers serves its mission Find the best varieties for growing your own fruit Discover local favorites and near-forgotten heirlooms!

CALIFORNIA RARE FRUIT GROWERS

The name of this chapter shall be the ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER of the CALIFORNIA RARE FRUIT GROWERS INC hereafter called the Chapter ARTICLE II OBJECTIVE The objective of the Chapter is to further the activities of the California Rare Fruit Growers Inc (CRFG) at the local level in Orange County and surrounding communities

Calendar

Meeting: Dave King Place: On-Line Zoom: Meeting link to be provided to chapter members separately Topic: "Sowing and Preserving Seeds" Program: Dave King was born into a mid-west farming tradition and his life has always been "rooted" in growing food His work concentrates on th e concepts of growing wholesome fruit and vegetables and creating communities to find answers

Information about clean citrus trees and Huanglongbing a

Dec 14 2012Information about clean citrus trees and Huanglongbing a deadly disease for citrus I had an inquiry from Dick Kirk of the Redwood Empire chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG) preparing for the upcoming Scion Exchanges wanting educational resources for Huanglongbing the most devastating citrus disease known

California Rare Fruit Growers Inc

The California Rare Fruit Growers Inc (CRFG) is a non-profit organization of rare exotic fruit enthusiasts hobbyists and amateur horticulturists based in California The CRFG founded in 1968 promotes rare fruits in the Southern California marketplace according to a 1997 article in the Seasonal Chef online newsletter As of 2008 the CRFG has 3 000 members in approximately 35 countries

Let's Grow Something Weird

A member of the California Rare Fruit Growers of the Redwood Empire Pieri has Illinois peaches and Pakistani mulberry Japanese plums Argentinean ombu Washington navel oranges and 10 kinds of dragonfruit from who-knows-where He's also got Mexican grande avocados planted from seeds from Luther Burbank's farm in Sebastopol

About

Chapter Membership costs $10 per year You can join when you come to a chapter meeting State Organization Membership is required in addition to chapter membership Please refer to this page for the latest membership types and prices With state organization membership you will also receive a copy of CRFG's bi-monthly magazine the Fruit

March Issue

California Rare Fruit Growers San Diego Chapter Newsletter - March 2009 Chair: Dave Yetz ChairCRFGSanDiego (619) 659-8788 Vice-Chair: June Andersen ViceChairCRFGSanDiego (760) 729-3501 Treasurer: Joy Bladykas TreasurerCRFGSanDiego (619) 224-8109 Secretary: Ian Miller SecretaryCRFGSanDiego (619) 508-0374 FormerChair: Jos M Gallego

A table a chair a bowl of fruit and a violin

Apr 02 2016School Program of the of the California Rare Fruit Growers of the Redwood Empire The Redwood Empire Chapter of CRFG is the most active and successful of all the national organization's chapters Members of the Redwood Empire CRFG in "Luther Burbank country" get together regularly to taste fruits trade plants share/train grafting and

California Rare Fruit Growers West LA Chapter Annual Plant

Aug 24 2020California Rare Fruit Growers West LA Chapter Annual Plant Sale – Patch August 24 2020 Growing Ground California Rare Fruit Growers West LA Chapter Annual Plant Sale Patch Read more: patch About the Author Leave a Comment: Name *

Scion Exchange

A Press Democrat article about members and grafting including Fred who has 100 varieties of apples on one tree If you are donating plants to the raffle please label them with this form Additional scion exchanges are held at CRFG chapters throughout California Texas Arizona and Nevada

Become a Member

Join the California Rare Fruit Growers and our Monterey Bay chapter CRFG is the world's largest amateur fruit growing organization with members across the state and in many other states and countries Our chapter membership membership spans Santa Cruz Monterey and San Benito Counties We

Hey what's happening?!

Aug 12 2020California Rare Fruit Growers – West LA Chapter because the best things in life do grow on trees to the Orange County chapter we have acquired some fairly obscure grafted avocados for our plant sale To help you figure out what you want this is a pdf of characteristics from the BasicAvocadoInformation site (which is specific to

California Rare Fruit Growers West LA Annual Fruit Plant

The Club California Rare Fruit Growers West LA Chapter is currently holding their Annual Fund Raiser Fruit Plant Sale There are many rare / exotic plants you cannot normally find at nursery's Quantities are limited to the plants on hand and some may not be offered for sale again for

Hey what's happening?!

Aug 12 2020California Rare Fruit Growers – West LA Chapter because the best things in life do grow on trees to the Orange County chapter we have acquired some fairly obscure grafted avocados for our plant sale To help you figure out what you want this is a pdf of characteristics from the BasicAvocadoInformation site (which is specific to

California Rare Fruit Growers

The San Diego Chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers was created to educate people about rare fruits to identify fruits that are adaptable to the local area and to propagate and to exchange plant material Contact Us: P O Box 152943 San Diego CA 92195