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Our CRFG demonstration orchard is located off Highland Drive on the Cal Poly Campus. From its conception in 1997, it now contains more than 70 trees, many of which are low-chill. Orchard enthusiasts and history buffs can read all about its history.
Every year during our January meeting, we invite a "guest pruner" to provide us all with a demonstration followed by a pruning session by the membership and guests. This is a great opportunity for members and guests to learn different pruning techniques, and to hone their skills! As with all CRFG Central Coast Chapter meetings, the public is always invited. See information and pictures in this 2014 article in the Tribune.
Find out how the trees are fruiting in the new Annual Orchard Report.
Fruit Trees in the Orchard
Multi-grafted Peaches: Eva's Pride, Desert Gold, May Pride, and Florida Prince peaches;
Multi-grafted Peaches: Eva's Pride, Desert Gold, May Pride, and MidPride peaches;
Desert Gold and other peach grafts
Multi-grafted tree: Santa Rosa Plum, Fantasia Nectarine, and Elberta Peach
3-in-1 planting: UF2000 Peach, Sunwright Nectarine, UF Queen Nectarine;
4-in-1 planting: Queen Nectarine, Crimson Baby Nectarine, Tropical Snow Peach;
Tropic Snow Peach; Tropic Beauty Peach
Last updated 7/9/2019
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