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It is not too late to plant orchards if done properly

Issue Date: May 11, 2011

While not ideal, new trees can be, and often are, successfully planted late into the spring if field conditions prevent more desirable earlier planting, according to a report by University of California Cooperative Extension farm advisors Bill Krueger of Glenn County and Joe Connell of Butte County.

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