Resources for Virginia State University - Horticulture
|Producing and Marketing Wild Simulated Ginseng in Forest and Agroforestry Systems||May 1, 2009||354-312|
|Small Fruit in the Home Garden||
As a general rule, plant selection and production area in a home garden should be limited to what you can properly care for. It is better to have a small, welltended planting area rather than a large, neglected one. Small fruits offer certain advantages over fruit trees for home culture because small fruits require less space for the amount of fruit produced, and they bear fruit one or two years after planting. Success with small-fruit planting will depend on the attention given to all phases of production, including crop and variety selection, site selection, soil management, fertilization, pruning, and pest management.
|Oct 13, 2016||426-840 (HORT-216P)|