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looking for good books, articles, and websites on fruit trees

 
                        
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Can anyone recommend good reading sources for fruit trees.  I'm interested in information pertaining to botany, hardiness, arbor-culture, production, etc..  Thanks for any guidance.  Rickster
 
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http://hort.ufl.edu/database/trees/trees_scientific.shtml

This has info about a lot of different trees, not all fruiting.

I'd suggest looking for books that are relevant to your local area though, as practices can vary fairly substantially.
 
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