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Phil4's Edible Backyard

Joined: 13/08/10 Updated: 13/08/10 Frost:
Location: Seaview Downs


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Persimmon - Fuyu (NA) (Seedling) 1/10

Phil4's Edible Fruits
Update: 3325 days 15hrs

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Persimmon is just recently purchased as part of the organic friut forrest that i am converting my back yard into. Fuyu is one of 19 dwarf friut trees already in the ground, and one of 30 trees planned to be planted. All trees have been by mail order from Sunstail, woodbridge and yalca and i waiting for the production of some of the outstasnding trees from Daly. Persimmon is selected as it is not a well known friut and one of the unique tress that will be visuallly attractive as well as productive. The tree has been in the ground for 4 weeks as have all but 2 apples which are 5 years old. As is the case i is a stick that is just starting to show sings of budding.

Fruiting Months July and August

Planted: 2010

Height 1.5 metres

Growing: In the Ground

Qty: 1

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Spring

After Fruiting

Pollination: Self Pollination

When I Fertilise: Never

Pest Control:

The garden is going to be planted with beneficial companion plants through out the garden and i will have a bug house which is nealy complete which i got the plan for from the organic magazine . I will use garlic spray, neem and depending on pests i wi

Organic Status:Organic


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Correy says... [3325 days 13hrs ago]
Hi Phil it would be great if you could share all the fruit trees you are growing so we can see how you go. Sounds like you have a big job ahead of you. Keep Passionate :)

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