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Rare Fruit Review 2014 Front CoverBy Australian Rare Fruit Review All Rights Reserved, Supplier of (Photo Credits)

Muscadine grapes, cherry of the rio grande, red bopple nuts, bamboo and water chestnuts are just a few of the features from the 2014 rare fruit review. There are great tips of soil biology and as always the magazine is filled with stunning images and excellent growing tip from experienced rare fruit growers.

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