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Source:Lost Nation Orchard

Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing

Summary

The Apple Grower is intended to bring the stewards of these orchards -- and those who dream of doing the same -- together. To share what's known and not known about all aspects of organic fruit production. To state the commercial realities of orchard ventures and look at how the economic context can be changed for the better. To carry on the work of our great-grandparents into the twenty-first century. To learn how we can pass on to future generations orchards that are not hazardous to our health.



Where to get it?
Herbs and Apples
Chelsea Green
Barnes and Noble
amazon

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Feel free to add to this summary....it's a wiki so I think anyone can do that, just use the edit button?
To add reviews use 'post reply'.
 
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Judith Browning wrote:Feel free to add to this summary....it's a wiki so I think anyone can do that, just use the edit button?
To add reviews use 'post reply'.



Thanks Judith!  I think Michael deserves to be seen.
 
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Scott Foster wrote:
Thanks Judith!  I think Michael deserves to be seen.



Scott, thanks for your excellent additions to the summary! 
If you've read the book I hope you'll feel like doing a review also?
 
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Judith Browning wrote:

Scott Foster wrote:
Thanks Judith!  I think Michael deserves to be seen.



Scott, thanks for your excellent additions to the summary! 
If you've read the book I hope you'll feel like doing a review also?



I just read the Holistic Orchard.  I have it on my list to do a review. 
 
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