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Chill Hours in Fruit Trees - Low Chill and High Chill

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What do you mean 300-350 Chill when talking about fruit trees?
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11th July 2017 8:38am
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Hi Cheryl 300-350 chill hours is considered low chill and likely something that you would get in most places on the Gold Coast. For Fruit Trees it means the time the temperature is spent below 7 degrees. Here is a blog on the topic that goes into a lot more depth:
http://blog.daleysfruit.com.au/2012/05/chill-hours-for-fruit-trees-calculation.html
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Cheryl says...
Thank you so much :)
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