David Livingston wrote:Great pics
Have you thought about thinning the plums ? Sometimes there can be so many plums the branches can brake . It might be better to remove some of the plums now to get fewer larger plums later and not zero plums if a branch snaps .
You could feed the little plums to the turkey
I visited a Roman fort in Tunisia it was amost identical to a fort from where I was living at that time in the north of the UK
soon I will be back home and will be able to post more updated pictures , mean while here are some from the huge snow storm we had last February and which almost destroyed all of my almonds crop ...cause it came late when the trees were already in flowers
elle sagenev wrote:Loving all of your pictures and progress!!
Marco Banks wrote:Khalid,
-- I'd love to come over and help.
John Saltveit wrote:Those pomegranates look great! I have some plants here, but they haven't fruited yet. I think they like the climate in Morocco better than the PNW USA. Maybe with climate change, we will get enough heat.
John Saltveit wrote:THe prickly pear cactus is very healthy too. It fights against diabetes, and the dark red fruit must have spectacular antioxidants in it.
Francesco Delvillani wrote:Very beautiful place and very nice photos
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