Orange County Chapter CRFG
California Rare Fruit Growers is a membership of like-minded experimenters and enthusiasts dedicated to:
1. Conducting research on hardiness, propagation, and growing requirements of rare fruits under California conditions...
2. Introducing and distributing new fruits potentially adaptable to California;
3. Selecting superior varieties of established fruits better suited to specific areas and growing conditions;
4. Exchanging seed, cuttings, scion wood, layers, etc., with each other primarily for home utilization and to fulfill the needs of the small farmer or urban hobby grower;
5. Publishing pertinent information regarding the above activities;
6. Adhering to Federal, State and County agricultural regulations.
See membership benefits at CRFG
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$10 at Meetings
or $12 Delivered
CRFG Membership with an OC Chapter newsletter
The chapter bylaws as amended in 06/14 may be reviewed at BYLAWS CCPP's Citrus budwood program will get your own trees started - see Buds. To control the citrus leaf miner & the asian citrus psyllid see this article.
Our next chapter meeting is Thursday, September 20th at 7:30 pm at
Hall of 1st Congregational Church, 2555 Santiago St, Santa Ana 92706
At the next meeting we welcome Ashok Zopey who will be sharing his wealth of knowledge about growing mangoes in Southern California.
To find fruits for your favorite recipes see Recipes For meeting programs & event locations see Events CRFG inc. bylaws as proposed for adoption in the Jan-Feb 2015 Fruit Gardener may be reviewed at BYLAWS
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