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Amazon has The Fruit Gardener's Bible: A Complete Guide to Growing Fruits and Nuts in the Home Garden [Kindle Edition] for $1.14

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Thanks, I keep having issues with my peaches getting bores in the trunk, I'm hoping this book will help, and for 1.14$ I'm willing to take the risk Smilie
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Its great if u have time to read and enjoy learning about garden. To me, anything happen to plants, Google is your best friend.
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Thanks Op, great timing to help me keep those .3 Walmart fruit trees alive lol.
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Thanks Op, great timing to help me keep those .3 Walmart fruit trees alive lol.
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Thanks! I purchased it. I have been growing vegetables for years & years but I planted my first fig trees this year. I have been thinking about other fruit trees and this book should help a lot.
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can i get a pdf instead?
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Thanks! I purchased it. I have been growing vegetables for years & years but I planted my first fig trees this year. I have been thinking about other fruit trees and this book should help a lot.
Depending on where you live, you can grow a lot of fruit trees. I have a persimmon, 2 apple, 2 pear and a peach tree. The first few years care will definitely help you get closer to the fruits. I only had an orange tree die on me due to cold.
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can i get a pdf instead?
Not direct from Amazon. But purchase the Amazon book, and look into the free, legal, 'calibre' application.
Amazon probably doesn't like it though as they want to lock you into their ecosystem rather than allowing a universal standard like PDF.
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Thanks! I purchased it. I have been growing vegetables for years & years but I planted my first fig trees this year. I have been thinking about other fruit trees and this book should help a lot.
I have a black mission fig. You can make other fig trees by holding a branch to the ground. When your fig gets larger you can put a weight on the branch mating it to the ground and by winter you will have a new fig tree. I give away 2 a year. I put all my leaves under it and I use that for my potting soil. It turns my liquid amber foliage to beautiful potting soil. Give the tree at least 20 feet between it and the other trees. It's roots are very greedy. Good luck!
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Not direct from Amazon. But purchase the Amazon book, and look into the free, legal, 'calibre' application.
Amazon probably doesn't like it though as they want to lock you into their ecosystem rather than allowing a universal standard like PDF.
Enjoy!
I am not a fan of ecosystems eitherl, but PDF is a terrible format for ebooks. Epub is a much better open format.
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Thanks, I keep having issues with my peaches getting bores in the trunk, I'm hoping this book will help, and for 1.14$ I'm willing to take the risk Smilie
I was just reading something about fruit trees getting holes in the trunks and can't remember exactly, but it is a common problem. If you googled it you should find an answer pretty quickly. I just picked up in the last two years pawpaw, cherry, plum, walnut, peach trees and am trying to not spray too much stuff on them.
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Freaky I had a $1 shipping promo and a mysterious $0.14 gift card balance....like it was meant to be.
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Thanks OP!
Just purchased it. I planted an apple tree a few years ago and a cherry tree and strawberries this year. Hopefully this book will help me learn to grow and care for them. For $1.15, this is a slick deal.
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