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  • The fact that one field, now given over to gooseberries, has long been known as the cherry orchard and that old villagers used to talk of the great cherry trees that once grew there tells of local fruit-growing in earlier times.

    Country diary: West Lambrook, Somerset

  • Most of the wine production is concentrated around the fruit-growing areas of Kent, Sussex, Essex and Suffolk, as well as the western counties such as Berkshire, Wiltshire, Somerset and Cornwall.

    A Fine English Sparkle

  • Some of those columns will be filled with a series of fruit-growing plants, everything from mint to peas, while some will remain completely open, from top to bottom, to allow some light to shine through.

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  • This represents but five per cent of the annual value to the fruit-growing industry of free pollination by cultivated honey bees, so it is not as if the apiculturists are asking for a handout.

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  • A practical work, devoted to agriculture and mechanics, fruit-growing and gardening, live-stock, ... health and secure happiness on the farm by John E Read

    The 2009 Spring/Summer Garden is Done

  • Farming for profit: A handbook for the American farmer, a practical work, devoted to agriculture and mechanics, fruit-growing and gardening, live-stock, ... health and secure happiness on the farm by John E Read

    The 2009 Spring/Summer Garden is Done

  • Revenues from Izze's fresh and natural sparkling juices (pear, clementine, grapefruit) fund literacy projects in American fruit-growing communities.izze. com4.

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  • Wenatchee, Washington, was the seat of Chelan County, some 150 miles east of Seattle, a small city known for its apple blossom festival each May and the verdant fruit-growing orchards that spread out endlessly in the region.

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  • In the 1100s, the Crusades exposed Europeans to thriving fruit-growing regions abroad.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • I had heard of individual fruitarians wanting to live forever, but this was something even stranger: a utopian fruit-growing cult.

    The Fruit Hunters

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