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HAVE: Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club Meeting

Posted by katyrarefruitgrower 9a (txrarefruitgrowers@sbcglobal.net) on
Sat, Feb 21, 09 at 22:17

Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club
March 8th
Sunday afternoon @ 3:00pm

All,

We are planning our next meeting March 8th @ 3:00 pm. I will be setting up @ 2:00 pm for anyone who wants to arrive early. If you know anyone who may be interested please share the information about the meeting with them.

Agenda:

Introductions Budding and Grafting Demonstration - If you have some rootstock and scions you want to graft please bring them. We will see if we can help you with your grafting.

Tropicals and Sub tropicals that survived the Cold Weather discussion

Open for any other discussions

Future

Plant Exchange

Meeting Place address:

Neighborhood Recreation Center (Canyon Gate @ Cinco Ranch)
20422 Canyon Gate Blvd
Katy, TX 77450

I encourage everyone to bring any available fruit, seeds or cuttings to share with the group. If anyone has any questions or suggestions please don't hesitant to contact me.

Thanks,

Ed Self

281-770-1450 cell


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RE: HAVE: Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club Meeting

Hi Ed, Thank you for posting this I just happen to be off work Sunday the 8th so I will be there. I have a rooted pawpaw I will trade for something you have.I have a fig cutting i'm trying to root now ,have edible quince seed grown seedling and a bunch of hady orange.Let me know if you want any of these. I need directions as I've not been there befor
Kiddo


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