Backyard Fruits

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Articles

Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners Learn More
Extension specialists George Hamilton and Glen Koehler answer real questions from gardeners about fruit tree pest management
Extension specialists George Hamilton and Glen Koehler answer real questions from gardeners about fruit tree pest management Learn More
A Question of the Week
A Question of the Week Learn More

Resources

Introduction

Home-grown grapes make excellent fresh eating, juices, jellies, raisins, and wine. A small home vineyard with even just a ... Learn More
Introduction

Low winter temperatures and a short growing season generally limit grape production to the southern half of New Hampshire.... Learn More
Fertilizing Fruit Trees

Before planting fruit trees, we recommend that gardeners test their soil before planting to de­termine the amou... Learn More
Plums, cherries and apricots, which along with peaches and nec- tarines are often called “stone” fruits, are flavorful additions to the home orchard i... Learn More
Fire blight, caused by the bacterium Erwinia amylovora, is found to some extent almost every year in New Hampshire and other major apple and pear grow... Learn More
Apple scab is a fungus disease that occurs worldwide wherever apples are grown. It is most severe in areas where the weather is cool and moist in the ... Learn More