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I wanted to make this thread to help me keep track of and document my apple trees.

Hopefully it can be helpful to others also!

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This is a red Fuji apple that is about 3 years old.

Apples can be hard to grow in our area due to the heat and humidity, but this red Fuji has done really well here so far! There are also a lot of old Southern varieties that are adapted to growing in this area.

This apple tree has never had any irrigation and has never been fertilized, just naturally mulched.

It hasn't produced any apples yet, but hopefully it will produce its first batch of apples next year!
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