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Fruit Trees – rootstock selection could reduce the impact of climate change

This indicates that careful rootstock selection could reduce the impact of climate change on grape cultivation. Could it also work for fruit trees? Water limitation and rootstock genotype interact to alter grape berry metabolism through transcriptome reprogramming ‎15 ‎April ‎2015, ‏‎01:00:00 | Mariam Berdeja Water limitation and rootstock genotype interact to alter grape berry metabolism […]

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Wildlife gardening – trees to attract bees in spring

Wildlife gardening – trees to attract bees in  spring. The top trees to attract bees to your garden from Telegraph gardening’s list of flowers and plants.   http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/beekeeping/9981527/The-best-spring-flowers-and-plants-to-attract-bees.html?frame=2531042 Pussy willow Pussy willow is a name given to many of the smaller species of the genus Salix (willows and sallows) when their furry catkins are young […]

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London Tree Surgeons YouTube channel

A channel for promoting biodiversity in arboriculture and garden works to London garden owners and the gardening community. Tips and all things related to trees, shrubs and gardens for the wildlife friendly London gardener. Enjoy your gardening! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC2gAyvP7TVWuNxMZLYjorA/feed

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How many fruit trees can you name?

How many fruit trees can you name? A fruit tree is a tree which bears fruit that is consumed or used by humans and some animals — all trees that are flowering plants produce fruit, which are the ripened ovaries of flowers containing one or more seeds. In horticultural usage, the term ‘fruit tree’ is […]

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Report tree pests and diseases here

Britain’s trees are under unprecedented threat from new pests and diseases. We are particularly interested in identifying problems with Ash, Oak, Pine, Spruce and Horse Chestnut trees. You can help by being aware of the symptoms of serious threats and reporting them for further investigation using this form from the Forestry Commission. A Alder (Alnus) – […]