Fruit Cultivars for Home Plantings (2012)
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Success in growing fruits in home plantings largely depends on the type or cultivar selected. Midwestern growing conditions -- cold winters; frosty or rainy springs; hot, dry summers --make it difficult to grow some of the well-known fruits. Every gardener should be realistic and discriminating about what fruits to plant. Many problems with winter injury, diseases and insects can be avoided by choosing a fruit cultivar that is well adapted to your site conditions. This publication provides information on a variety of fruit cultivars.
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