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Free Bloom Chart Printable for fruit trees and bee fodder

 
Ann Torrence
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My name is Ann and I am unashamedly analog (really bad pun). Here at the ranch we declared 2016 as the "Year of Data" and I'm devising all sorts of record-keeping tools for our own use. I'm offering the first one, a log to track when different trees in your orchard bloom, FREE to all of you permies. At some point I will bundle them together as a residual revenue stream project. You could make your own, but why when this one is free, ready to download and print? I print stuff like this on Rite-in-the-Rain paper so I can take it out into the field, but plain paper works.

To get this FREE PRINTABLE ORCHARD BLOOM CHART, navigate yourself to our homepage strayarrowranch.com and click on the link on the righthand side.

I'd love your feedback on how you used this tool.
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Ann Torrence
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I passed some of these out at our monthly homesteaders' group. One of the members wants to use the chart to track what's blooming each week for her bees all season, not just her fruit trees. I love it.
 
I agree. Here's the link: https://permies.com/battery
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