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Looking for recommendations in NWA

 
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Any Ozark folks, particulary NWA/Benton County permies with experience as to varieties of apples and or chestnuts that do really well in this area? The area I am staying seems to predominantly have red clay abundant soil. And any recommendations for particular nurseries in this area you prefer?
 
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I am looking at land from Ozark MO to Ava MO. Looking for information from fellow homesteaders as to what I should know about the area...how to learn. Thank you.
 
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Check out Ames nursery in fayetteville. This guy has spent 30 years trying different fruit trees in the ozark climate. Finding out what works organically and what doesn't work very without heavy spraying. he's a fountain of knowledge. His name is Guy Ames.
 
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Tracy, thank you so much! Don't know how I failed to find this in prior searches.
 
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Ames nursery will have fruit trees at the Fayetteville farmers mkt this Saturday.
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