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Leah starts with ...
does any one have any advice on the type of dwarf apples that will fruit successfully here? other than the tropic varieties, will pink lady and granny smith succeed? also anyone had any success with pears in this region?
thanks for your advice
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John says...
www.kuffelcreek.com has lotsa info about hot climate apple growing.
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Leah says...
thanks john, great website you directed me to. they do talk a lot about hot dry summers though, here we get a bit of humidity(although due to the elevation not as bad as brisbane) and summer is the main wet season. wondering if that might make things a bit different?
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John says...
At least Austrealia is fireblight free until the NZ apple imports start !
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