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Re: [nafex] horticulture mag

Del, I used to get Horticulture back then. I may still have a stack of them, will
check. I will also check next time I'm up in Quebec Province which is often, they have
an orchard there that uses a training method which keeps the trees very short 4'-5' and
on fencing. I don't know if this is what you are looking for, but it may be similar or
of the same theory as it is Zone 3. ..........vic

del stubbs wrote:

>         I'm trying to research an article in Spring 91 Pomona by Ernest PLutko.  It
> refers to a Siberian and Manchurian method called "creeping orchards" where
> the trees are trained close to the ground to stay under the snow cover.
> He's growing yellow transparents in zone 2.
>          This article says subject is covered in 'Horticulture' Jan 91.     A
> search engine found Horticulture Magazine but nothing I did could raise it
> on my screen, nor could i find it on any of the library searches of our
> local library systems.  Is it defunct?    hortmag.com
> horticulturemagazine.com   were both tried.
>         Article also mentions Moosebell Flower Fruit and Flower Co. in St. Francis
> Ma.    apparantly, from my search it doesn't have a web site , if so, could
> someone post it?
>                            thanks, Mn Del z2b
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