Thanks Gary for the like and the comment. Yes came out nice thanksNice job saving your cherries--the jam looks real good.
No fruit trees here--the soil is basically clay to a depth of 210 feet.
Been there and done thatread the label a little closer... ornamental fruit trees... I felt really dumb! Was even madder at the idiot that thought up the idea!
Hi David. I'm in Drayton Valley--about an hour and a half west and a half hour south of Edmonton.Thanks Gary for the like and the comment. Yes came out nice thanks
Just where in Alberta are you , that's not great soil unless amended.
That's a lot of poop, but I bet it works from the picture in your avatar .Hi David. I'm in Drayton Valley--about an hour and a half west and a half hour south of Edmonton.
It's terrible soil. I hauled in 3 truck loads of well aged steer manure from a friend's ranch and spread it over the lawn and flower garden area. I also compost all the clippings from our 1 acre of lawn, and that goes into the gardens.
Thanks one eyed jack, for the comment .Your jam looks great.
I am in a coastal North Carolina fishing village and many folks, around here, drape Fruit trees, and berry bushes with fishing net, (it's a common commodity in this area ).
Just did a google for protective netting for fruit trees.
https://www.bing.com/search?q=protective netting for fruit trees&pc=cosp&ptag=G6C10N9923A6EFB831429&form=CONBDF&conlogo=CT3210127
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