Growing Fruit in the Urban Garden

Length
March 13, 45 mins; March 14, 1 hour
Track
Certified Arborist
Commerical Arboriculture and Forestry
Community Forestry and Arboriculture
Municipal Forestry and Arboriculture
Tree Inspector
Audience
Introductory
Type
Concurrent
Location
3/13 CC120; 3/14 Benson Great Hall

We will discuss common and unusual plants that produce edible fruit but can also be grown for ornamental value. Diseases and other potentially limiting problems for each species will be included.

Speaker(s)

Thaddeus grew up in the Intermountain West and became interested in fruit at a very young age. For the past 18 years, he has been working with commercial fruit growers across Minnesota and has participated in multiple projects assessing the viability of unusual fruit crops.