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Comprehensive Iowa Fruit & Berry Growing Guide - Free PDF Download

 
Chris Rice
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This is some good information for free for anyone that lives in the Midwest on how to select and grow fruits and berries.
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"The Ultimate Iowa Fruit and Berry Growing Guide" - 107 pages
FREE PDF DOWNLOAD LINK: http://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9fI1Pajtl8bSE1mS3kwSGVPMUE/

11 publications from ISU to assist the Iowa Grower plus 5 more documents to aid you in growing fruits and berries successfully in Iowa all compiled into one e-book. This is a comprehensive guide that you will refer to again and again.

These 11 publications from Iowa State University are included: Growing Fruit in Iowa, Fruit Cultivars For Iowa, Pruning and Training Fruit Trees, Why Fruit Trees Fail to Bear, Organic Apple Production in Iowa, Harvesting and Storing Apples, Selling Fruits and Vegetables, Growing Grapes in the Home Garden, Growing Raspberries in the Home Garden, Growing Strawberries in the Home Garden, Growing Blueberries in Iowa.

These 5 publications are also included: Climate Information for Iowa, Guide to Using Landscaping Plants, Plant Sources, Books for the Home Grower, Online Resources for Iowa Growers.

Get the FREE Adobe Reader to read this PDF with any device here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

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It may take a few minutes to download the entire document to your device. There is a download link at the top of the page when you are viewing it if you would like to save it to your device. Enjoy!



 
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It works. What an awesome resource - thankyou!
 
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First link did work for me. +1 to being an awesome resource!
 
Erik Little
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This resource plus the Permaculture Orchard video will be great for Midwest people like me!!
 
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