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This live radio show and podcast covers fruit trees, food forests, permaculture and arboriculture with host Susan Poizner of the fruit tree care training website www.orchardpeople.com.

Latest Episodes

Episode 51 – Back from the Brink: Grafting and Growing Jesuit Pear Trees

Learn about grafting and growing Jesuit Pear Trees - an heirloom tree that is now almost extinct in North America - in this radio show and podcast.

62 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 51 – Back from the Brink: Grafting and Growing Jesuit Pear Trees

Episode 49: Luther Burbank’s Garden of Invention

Learn about Luther Burbank, a horticulturalist from the turn of the 20th century, who developed hundreds of plants that we still have in our edible gardens today.

61 MINSEP 24
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Episode 49: Luther Burbank’s Garden of Invention

Episode 48: What are Biofertilizers?

There is such a thing as "dead soil" and if your fruit tree is planted in soil like that, you can do everything right and still not have a healthy tree. Learn how to bring your soil back to life in this radio show and podcast.

61 MINAUG 27
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Episode 48: What are Biofertilizers?

Episode 47: Growing Perennial Vegetables

Learn some of the top perennial vegetables that you can grow in your permaculture garden or orchard.

61 MINJUL 25
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Episode 47: Growing Perennial Vegetables

Episode 46: Fruit Trees and Spotted Wing Drosophila

Learn how to protect fruit trees from spotted wing drosophila (SWD). While most fruit flies are attracted to rotting fruit, SWD infests young fruit right on the tree including cherries, apricots, plums and berries.

63 MINJUN 25
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Episode 46: Fruit Trees and Spotted Wing Drosophila

Episode 50 Growing Elderberries as a Cash Crop

Tuesday October 29, 1pm-2pm: Elderberry bushes can be beautiful in any garden. But they can also be profitable when grown as a cash crop. Learn all about it with organic grower Terry Durham of River Hills Harvest.

66 MINJUN 9
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Episode 50 Growing Elderberries as a Cash Crop

Episode 45: Mites and Fruit Trees

Learn about mites and fruit trees - the good, the bad and the ugly - in this live radio show and podcast.

64 MINMAY 24
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Episode 45: Mites and Fruit Trees

Episode 44: The Mystery of Sudden Apple Decline

Why are dwarfing apple trees mysteriously dying across North America? How can you protect your tree? Find out in this live radio show and podcast.

62 MINAPR 30
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Episode 44: The Mystery of Sudden Apple Decline

Episode 43: Growing Uncommon Fruits with Lee Reich

Learn about uncommon fruits you can grow in your garden with author Lee Reich.

63 MINMAR 26
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Episode 43: Growing Uncommon Fruits with Lee Reich

Episode 42: Growing Tropical Fruits Anywhere

You can grow tropical fruit trees - like lemons, grapefruit, figs and guavas - even if you live in a colder climate. Learn how in this radio show and podcast.

60 MINFEB 27
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Episode 42: Growing Tropical Fruits Anywhere

Latest Episodes

Episode 51 – Back from the Brink: Grafting and Growing Jesuit Pear Trees

Learn about grafting and growing Jesuit Pear Trees - an heirloom tree that is now almost extinct in North America - in this radio show and podcast.

62 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 51 – Back from the Brink: Grafting and Growing Jesuit Pear Trees

Episode 49: Luther Burbank’s Garden of Invention

Learn about Luther Burbank, a horticulturalist from the turn of the 20th century, who developed hundreds of plants that we still have in our edible gardens today.

61 MINSEP 24
Comments
Episode 49: Luther Burbank’s Garden of Invention

Episode 48: What are Biofertilizers?

There is such a thing as "dead soil" and if your fruit tree is planted in soil like that, you can do everything right and still not have a healthy tree. Learn how to bring your soil back to life in this radio show and podcast.

61 MINAUG 27
Comments
Episode 48: What are Biofertilizers?

Episode 47: Growing Perennial Vegetables

Learn some of the top perennial vegetables that you can grow in your permaculture garden or orchard.

61 MINJUL 25
Comments
Episode 47: Growing Perennial Vegetables

Episode 46: Fruit Trees and Spotted Wing Drosophila

Learn how to protect fruit trees from spotted wing drosophila (SWD). While most fruit flies are attracted to rotting fruit, SWD infests young fruit right on the tree including cherries, apricots, plums and berries.

63 MINJUN 25
Comments
Episode 46: Fruit Trees and Spotted Wing Drosophila

Episode 50 Growing Elderberries as a Cash Crop

Tuesday October 29, 1pm-2pm: Elderberry bushes can be beautiful in any garden. But they can also be profitable when grown as a cash crop. Learn all about it with organic grower Terry Durham of River Hills Harvest.

66 MINJUN 9
Comments
Episode 50 Growing Elderberries as a Cash Crop

Episode 45: Mites and Fruit Trees

Learn about mites and fruit trees - the good, the bad and the ugly - in this live radio show and podcast.

64 MINMAY 24
Comments
Episode 45: Mites and Fruit Trees

Episode 44: The Mystery of Sudden Apple Decline

Why are dwarfing apple trees mysteriously dying across North America? How can you protect your tree? Find out in this live radio show and podcast.

62 MINAPR 30
Comments
Episode 44: The Mystery of Sudden Apple Decline

Episode 43: Growing Uncommon Fruits with Lee Reich

Learn about uncommon fruits you can grow in your garden with author Lee Reich.

63 MINMAR 26
Comments
Episode 43: Growing Uncommon Fruits with Lee Reich

Episode 42: Growing Tropical Fruits Anywhere

You can grow tropical fruit trees - like lemons, grapefruit, figs and guavas - even if you live in a colder climate. Learn how in this radio show and podcast.

60 MINFEB 27
Comments
Episode 42: Growing Tropical Fruits Anywhere
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