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I could use any kind of apple, pear, cherry, fig,
and any apricot, plum, peach and nectarine that is fire blight resistant
 
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where are you at?
 
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tel jetson wrote:where are you at?

Huntsville Al North Alabama
 
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too far for me, but I think there are a few members from your neck of the woods.

you might also look into joining NAFEX, if you haven't already.
 
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