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Growing Figs in the South for Home Use



Krezdon, A. H.
Department of Fruit Crops
University of Florida
and
Crops Research Division
Agricultural Research Service
Home and Garden Bulletin 87, USDA, 1962
11 pages
Issued December 1962 (Fil. 1)
Slightly revised January 1968 (Fil. 2)
Slightly revised September 1969 (Fil. 3)

Krezdon, A. H.
Department of Fruit Crops
University of Florida
and
Agricultural Research Service
Science and Education Administration
Slightly revised February 1979 (Fil. 4)

Supersedes Farmers Bulletin 1031, Fig Growing in the South
Atlantic and Gulf States.

Archive copy of the bulletin. Do not use for current
recommendations.

The publication is applicable to warmer sections of the
country. Fig varieties suitable for home use are described.
The publication then describes fig culture and harvesting.
Pest problems are described very briefly. Pesticide
recommendations are not current and should not be used.


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