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Need Online Water Requirement Resource for Fruit Trees?

Posted by desertdance So.CA Zone 19 (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 1, 13 at 17:03

We have a new property and are unfamiliar with the water requirements for some of the existing trees.

The house has a drip system with several stations, and we are not sure which trees need how much water, how long to run it and which days to run it.

Do any of you have any resources I can look at to find out requirements for in-ground, full size:

Plum
Peach
Apricot
Apple
Persimmon
Citrus
Macadamia
Avocado
Guava
Blackberries

I know they have different requirements. We will put in a vineyard, and I do know it's requirements since we are familiar with that.

Thanks in advance!

Suzi


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RE: Need Online Water Requirement Resource for Fruit Trees?

Check with your local extension service. I am sure UC Davis has that on line. Al


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