The heat is not going away anytime soon, are you comfortable with the watering cycles on your trees? This is really an important step to helping your trees survive and thrive, so we will review the best practices on Fruit Tee irrigation.
Join us on July 27th as we talk with David Fisher, a botanist, professor, and research scientist who took time during the pandemic to study exactly how effective home gardening is when compared to the current industrial food system. He is prepared to share with us the astounding measurable results on how much land is needed to feed one person for a year in each of the two systems.
Wednesday Aug 24th 5pm Pacific & AZ / 6pm Mountain / 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern Go HERE to sign up. Once upon a time, one could find small-scale, local grain growing in every nook and cranny of our great nation. Thousands of resilient, flavorful and adapted whole grains formed the foundation of nearly every…
Q&A!! We are cutting our chat presentation short to make extra time for your Questions. Chat topic: You want a citrus tree in the low desert? Sure, we can help but let's talk about the BEST time to plant it for true success. Transplanting a tree from a pot to the ground can be shocking for the tree - we know the secrets to doing it right.
Did you know that you can go into every big box store and most nurseries and they will sell you a fruit tree that will never make fruit? The selection of fruit trees that you can grow is vast – peaches, apples, apricots, plums, pears, citrus and more – but not all fruit trees are alike and discovering which ones work in the desert and how to pick a perfect fruit tree for your yard can be challenging. Join us as we help you navigate the key information you need to make the best decision for you and your space.
The long term health of fruit trees in our extreme desert climate depends on three aspects of loving and caring for your fruit tree: Planting, watering, and applying fertilizers at the right times. Plants need to eat and drink daily just like we do, so fertilizing them once a year just isn’t enough. In this webinar we will dig into getting your fruit trees planted for success, discover Greg’s 40 year old watering methodology, observe Janis’s soil types and watering solutions, and learn how to properly fertilize (both foliar and granular) your trees for ultimate success.
A new class on personalizing your tree care routine. We have been teaching how to care for trees for many years and with the extreme weather lately we’ve personally had to level up our care to adapt. Through years of research and experience, and the help of our trusted fruit tree experts and mentors, we learned what is working for fruit trees in our extreme climate. In this class we will explain what the basic level of care is for your fruit trees and how to level up and get healthier, more productive trees. You can decide which level you are ready for based on your time, experience, and financial commitment.