Welcome to the
California Rare Fruit Growers, San Diego Chapter!
Home Tissue Culture
Guest Speaker: José Miguel Gallego
This presentation is overview
of what plant tissue culture is all about, and will cover details of what materials are needed to propagate
plants at home by this process. José is a Chapter member since 1996. He is a twice former San Diego chapter chairman, past Vice chair and as well as past CRFG board member. Currently he is our Chapter web master and contributing editor for CRFG’s Fruit Gardener magazine.
Wednesday, September 24th
Starts at 7:00 PM
Balboa Park, Casa del Prado, Room 101
Join us every second Saturday in "Adopt a Pair of Fruit Trees" Program at the San Diego Peace Garden.
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The San Diego Chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers was created to educate people about rare fruits, to identify fruits that are adaptable to the local area, and to propagate and to exchange plant materials.
What do we do?
During the year, the San Diego Chapter has many activities related to growing rare, unusual and exotic fruits. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in growing fruits in the San Diego area and a desire to improve their gardening skills.
Our meetings cover a wide variety of subjects such as selecting rare or semitropical fruit trees, how to plant and take care of them, how enhance your garden with fruit trees, and what to do with your new source of food.
During our meetings, we have a raffle of rare and exotic plants, mostly scarce fruit trees, donated to the Chapter by our generous membership. We also have a fruit tasting table, where the members get to enjoy fresh fruit prepared in many ways.
In addition, members receive a monthly newsletter filled with information about activities of interest to San Diego gardeners, and recipes using exotic fruits.
For other cities please visit our parent organization's web page at http://www.crfg.org. We also welcome suggestions on how to provide timely and specific information to everyone interested in growing rare fruits in San Diego.
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Last Updated: July 20, 2014