Tropic Apple Training


Saturday,  January 17th I’m going to be at Rileys Farm in Oak Glen training some folks from Rwanda on how to grow apples in the tropics.  This is part of the ministry Apples For Africa, who is importing the trees.  The morning session will be on varieties and culture for the tropics, and the afternoon session will be the orchard tour and hands-on grafting workshop.  It will be from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and admission is free. 

Riley’s has a 18th-century tavern that serves a killer lunch, so I would plan on eating there on the farm.  Dress warm, as it can be quite cold up there.  For more details click on

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