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Below is a playlist of recent videos for home fruit growers. For all DWN videos (135+), visit the DWN Youtube channel.
uploaded June 25, 2021
In the DWN orchards, Tom tastes and describes seven deelicious fruit varieties: Eva’s Pride peach, Flavor Supreme Pluot®, Weeping Santa Rosa plum, Sugar Twist Pluerry™, Cot-N-Candy Aprium®, Moorpark apricot, Beauty plum, Bella Gold Peacotum™, and Desert Delight nectarine.
uploaded May 28, 2021
The Wednesday Zaiger experimental fruit tour: demo/evaluation of the latest new fruit variety candidates — Disneyland for commercial fruit growers. Tom interviews seven DWN field reps and managers taking the tour. Join us in rooting for the future selection of the 24-Brix super-tasty August interspecific apricot.
uploaded November 2, 2020
Tom Spellman and Phil Pursel demonstrate how to create a fertile, acidic, fast-draining potting mix for berries — plus how to plant, step by step. Examples shown are two blueberries in one pot and a Baby Cakes® compact blackberry.
uploaded October 14, 2020
Tom reviews seven jujube varieties in the DWN orchard and inspects this year’s nursery row trees (fruiting already!)
uploaded September 9, 2020
Prune (head back) after harvest to promote a new flush of growth that will bear next year’s crop; do not winter prune. If new to fruit growing and/or have a patio only, start with blueberries and compact-growing blackberry and raspberry varieties. Discussion of berry potting soil needs and how to create your own ideal mix. Important tip for greatly enhanced production.
uploaded August 24, 2020
In the DWN budwood orchards, Tom previews three new Zaiger miniatures for 2021, including Arctic Sprite miniature white nectarine. Tom also checks on some of his other favorite mid-August fruits: Geo Pride Pluot®, Kaweah peach, and Candy Heart Pluerry™.
uploaded May 7, 2020
Tom muses on gardening during the pandemic, shows how to diagnose hail damage, and demonstrates the important practice of fruit thinning.