At 08:45 AM 06/06/2000 -0400, David Stanley wrote:
>Include me in on this. One of my farms is participating in a catfacing
>study (with Extension). Scarabs (chewing) and plantbugs (piercing) are hard
>to control using selective materials. I am now tending toward use of
>covercrops that discourage scarabs and promote plantbug and scarab natural
>enemies (mixed grasses and broadleaves), although I am far from anything
After Duncan had written:
>I am interested in information about organically growing peaches for
>market in the South Carolina.
>Does anyone have experience or references that I might draw from?
>Although I'm in the southeast, info about growing market-quality
>peaches ANYWHERE in the US would be welcome.
>Thanks to anyone with input!
The first place I look for almost any information is ATTRA - what they don't
have in subject packets, they usually know where to research/refer.
Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA)
"Steve Diver" <email@example.com>
Aquaponics Resource page:
Just recently Steve sent out notices of some new fruit publications. The
blueberry site I saved is:
Organic Blueberry Production
I'd drop the /blueberry.html and review the other publication titles -
failing that, you might call/email Steve Diver who's aware of all the
various work they've assembled.
We do have an Extension fruit experiment station here in Mountain Grove, MO
with extensive experience in fruit varieties and cultivation. I don't have
their direct information, but you can find them I believe through the MO
state web site at http://www.state.mo.us
The Texas A&M site has much detailed production information (don't know
about peaches, though). It's search page is
S&S Aqua Farm, 8386 County Road 8820, West Plains, MO 65775 417-256-5124
Web page http://www.townsqr.com/snsaqua/
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