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Learn how to and prune Fruit Trees

CRFG (California Rare Fruit Growers) are issuing this invite to our group:

We have TWO Hands-On Pruning Workshops scheduled for January 2014 at the SBBG on the Southwestern College Campus. Learn the right techniques to prune for Health, Strength, Shape, and Fruit Production. This event is open to all members, and the public. Come to the beautiful 4-acre Garden and experience well-shaped trees in a professionally-managed space. Current CRFG Chairman Ben Kotnik will be assisting Former Chairman Tom Del Hotal in leading these free workshops. Ben and Tom both prune trees professionally and have much to share on this topic!

If you are not a CRFG Member, we hope you will become one!

Tuesday January 21,[masked]am-noon; AND
Saturday January 25,[masked]am-11am

South Bay Botanic Garden; Limited Free Parking in the Garden, overflow parking is $3/day.

What to Bring and Wear:
Hand Pruners, Loppers, Gloves, Sturdy shoes, Sun/Weather Protection, Fresh Fruit to Share, etc.

Hope to see you there!

Other Upcoming Events:
1/22; January 2014 General Meeting: Annual Scion Exchange, 7pm Casa Del Prado Room 101, Balboa Park
1/24; Cherimoya Tasting at the South Coast Research and Extension Center (SCREC), 10am-noon

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  • Marianne W.

    Great information once again. it all makes more and more sense…. Thank you, Tom!!!

    January 25, 2014

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