Please join us Thursday evening, February 14, 2019, from 7-9pm at the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club, located at 402 2nd Street, Snohomish to hear Greg Giuliani speak to us about anthracnose in the orchard, how to recognize and then treat the disease.
Greg has been a Seattle Tree Fruit Society (STFS) member since the late 1990’s and has a small orchard of 30+ trees at his home between Woodinville and Duvall. Over the last 6 years, Greg has experimented, successfully, using petroleum jelly to inhibit apple anthracnose lesions from spreading reproductive spores in an effort to break that disease’s reproduction cycle in the orchard. Greg will give a power point presentation about how to recognize and treat the disease. What is really great is that the treatment is quick, easy, inexpensive and has zero collateral tissue damage!
Please come a few minutes early to meet some of our members and enjoy some snacks, desserts, and beverages. We will start our meeting promptly at 7pm with a short business overview. We will continue to dedicate some time for a question & answer session for those members experiencing problems in their orchards (Please bring samples of your issue if possible), and then we will welcome our speaker. We look forward to another great year of learning and growing more & better fruit!
Snohomish Boys and Girls Club, 402 2nd Street, Snohomish, WA 98290.
The meeting is open to the public and everyone is invited.
Snohomish County Fruit Society
A Chapter of the Western Cascade Fruit Society
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We will be watching a video about the fungus disease anthracnose at our meeting this Thursday, May 10. We will also hold our annual fruit club plant sale, so bring your extra plant starts, tubers, trees, berries, or whatever to sell at the meeting with proceeds going to the club. The meeting starts at 7 pm in the Sheridan Park Community Center, 680 Lebo Blvd., Bremerton.
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We have a Fruit Club meeting coming up on the 11th of June at 7 pm. The meeting will be at the Sheridan Park Community Center, 680 Lebo Blvd., Bremerton. This meeting will focus a little on anthracnose and a lot on ice cream. You heard it right…we are eating ice cream. It is going to be a Berry good Ice Cream champix buy online best price social (pun intended). Please bring any berries you might have that are ripe (fresh or frozen). I suspect strawberries will be out in force. We can put them on the ice cream and enjoy the goodness they bring. If for some reason no one has any berries, we will just enjoy ice cream and talk about the berries of past years!
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Peninsula Fruit Club will host the 2013 Fall Fruit Show on Saturday, October 12, in the Silverdale Community Center, 9729 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is free, but we would appreciate a donation. We will have videos on anthracnose, pruning blueberries, and mason bees. There will be trees for sale as well as grafting and growing supplies. We should have around 200 different cultivars of fruit on display and available for tasting. This is a wonderful chance to bring your mystery apples to have them identified. The expert apple ID team of Joanie Cooper and Shaun Shepherd from the Home Orchard Society in Portland will be on hand to ID your chantix buy online uk apples. Lori Brakken will be there and have the online apple ID program running. Please bring 4 to 6 samples from each tree, do not wash the fruit, and leave the stems on. Tell us all you can about the apples: When do they ripen? How long do they keep? If you can have an idea how old the tree is, that sometimes helps a lot. How tall is the tree? When does it flower? All these clues will help figure out what variety of apple you have.
Join us for a fun day of tasting fruit and learning about growing fruit in this area. Here’s a link to our flyer: https://wcfs.org/wp-content/uploads/PFC-Fall-Show-Poster-2013.pdf
Peninsula Fruit Club will host the 2012 Fall Fruit Show on Saturday, October 20, in the Silverdale Community Center, 9729 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is free, but we would appreciate a donation. We will have videos on anthracnose, pruning grapes, and mason bees. There will be trees for sale as well as grafting and growing supplies. Last year there were 165 different cultivars of apples on display out of a total of over 200 different cultivars of fruit. Bring your unknown apples to have them identified. Lori Brakken will be there and have the apple ID program running. Join us for a fun day of tasting fruit and learning about growing fruit in this area. Here’s a link to our flyer: https://wcfs.org/wp-content/uploads/Microsoft-PowerPoint-Fall-Show-Poster2012.pdf