Fruits and Nuts


Grow your own Blueberries

Berry Fruit Guide

Apple Tree Hill Detailed informational site all about apple trees. Care, planting, variety info and more.

Citrus: problems from The Royal Horticultural Society The problems associated with growing citrus are due to unsuitable growing conditions. Any one or several of these problems may occur:

15 fruits you've probably never heard of

The Citus Guy Blog I am a SCNLA Certified Professional Nurseryman, A Charleston County Master Gardener and I work for Lowcountry Nursery. I am on the Charleston County Master Gardener Board of Directors

Pomology Fruit Cultivation and Production Focusses on biological and agricultural resources for cultivating and producing fruits including viticulture.

Apples, English Apples - Apple Juice - Organic Apple Juice - Fresh Apple Juice - Apple Juice Recipe - Lamb Farm: Tullens Fruit Farm
Tullens fruit farm offers a finest quality, fresh and delicious flavors apples,English apples,apple juice, organic apple juice, apple recipes, fresh apple juice, apple juice nutrition, pears ,orange, fresh vegetables, organic lamb, popular varieties recipes of apple. Best food shop for fruit lover of British apples in West Sussex, UK.


Apples and More from the University of Illinois Extension.

Strawberries and More

Rarefruit - Rare Fruit News Online a e-newsletter covering rare, primarily tropical and sub-tropical, home fruit cultivation. Subscription information and back issues archive.

North Dakota Fruitgrowing Answers to commonly asked questions about growing apples, grapes, brambles and strawberries in North Dakota. North Dakota State University Extension.

Fresh Fruit Baskets Not only do they carry a wide collection of premium fruit and nut gift baskets but they also offer some great information on fruit origins and the health benefits of eating fresh fruit.

Small-Scale Fruit Production From PennState This manual has been developed as a resource for people who wish to produce fruit on a small scale (on one acre or less).

Mark Rieger's Fruit Crops site is one of the most complete fruit sites that I have seen. Currently, the site has 40 fruits featured with plans to expand this online encyclopedia by about 30 more. Fruits currently have posted information about their taxonomy, origin, history of cultivation, folklore, medicinal properties, non-food usage, production statistics, botanical description, general culture, harvest, post-harvest handling, and contribution to diet.

The Rare Fruit Council International, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated since 1955 to the introduction, growing, and promotion of rare tropical fruit.

Wine - UC Davis Viticulture and Enology department has a great page with many references on wine and grapes, from medicinal properties to legal issues.

University of Florida in their Fruit Crops Fact Sheets

Good Fruit Grower MagWSU Berries, Grapes & Kiwi

WSU Tree Fruit Library

Chestnut Growers of America

The Nebraska Nut Growers Association (NeNGA) is affiliated with the University of Nebraska Department of Horticulture

Exotic Fruits | Australian Tropical Foods

The Fruit Pages Everything you want to know about fruit.

Fruit Facts are a series of publications containing information on individual fruits, including botanical identification, plant description and culture notes, and characteristics of cultivars. The information is derived from growers experience based largely on California research, as well as various published sources.

The Fruit Pages Everything you want to know about fruit.
Fruit Facts are a series of publications containing information on individual fruits, including botanical identification, plant description and culture notes, and characteristics of cultivars. The information is derived from growers experience based largely on California research, as well as various published sources.
Fruit Gowers News
Fruit Western People Commonly or Occasionally Eat These notes are a look at the fruits that are commercially available that we Westerners eat, but from a hunter-gatherer evolutionary perspective. It is a 'guided tour', not of the diversity of fruits in the natural environment we evolved in, but rather the  fruits that are  now commercially available to eat, and how it is we came to be eating only these fruits.
The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association (OFVGA). As one of Ontario’s oldest commodity organizations, the OFVGA has played a major role in the province’s – and, to a certain extent, the country’s – horticultural sector. For more than 145 years, the OFVGA has acted as the “voice” of Ontario’s fruit, vegetable, and greenhouse producers.
Southern Regional Small Fruit Consortium, Sponsored by Clemson Universtiy, North Carolina State University, The University of Georgia.
The Virginia Fruit Page Extension, Research and Teaching in Fruit Crops
Hawaii's World Of Tropical Fruit!

The Rare Fruit Council International, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated since 1955 to the introduction, growing, and promotion of rare tropical fruit.

Wine - UC Davis Viticulture and Enology department has a great page with many references on wine and grapes, from medicinal properties to legal issues.

University of Florida in their Fruit Crops Fact Sheets

Good Fruit Grower Mag

WSU Berries, Grapes & Kiwi

WSU Tree Fruit Library

Chestnut Growers of America

The Nebraska Nut Growers Association (NeNGA) is affiliated with the University of Nebraska Department of Horticulture

Exotic Fruits | Australian Tropical Foods

American Society for Enology and Viticulture A nonprofit society dedicated towards wine and grape research and production across the world.

University of Minnesota - Commercial Fruit Production in Minnesota - information and recommendations for producing fruit in a cold climate with a short growing season.

Northwest Berry and Grape Information Network A collaboration by Oregon State University, University of Idaho, Washington State University and the USDA/ARS, this site contains fact sheets and links to pages related to production practices for grapes and berries. There are also recommendations and links to general fruit growing topics such as pest management, organic production, irrigation, and pollination.

This site answers the questions of who pollinates fig trees how fig trees are pollinated, who the fig wasps are, how many species there are, the life cycle of the mutualism, how the mutualism is maintained, as well as local checklist and an encyclopedic reference section.

The Indiana Nut Growers Association (INGA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the culture of Indiana hardy nut and fruit trees, their advancement and helping those interested in cultivating them. 

The Northern Nut Growers Association, Inc. (NNGA) brings together people interested in growing nut trees. Our members include experts in nut tree cultivation, farmers, amateur and commercial nut growers, experiment station workers, horticultural teachers and scientists, nut tree breeders, nurserypeople, foresters, and beginning nut culturists.

Midwest Fruit Explorers, is a non-profit organization of amateur backyard fruit growing enthusiasts.  Most of our members live in the counties surrounding Chicago.

Westerm Cascade Fruit Society This Society is formed to bring together people who will promote the science, cultivation and pleasure of growing fruit bearing trees, shrubs, vines and berry plants in the home landscape for the purposes of providing the public with the knowledge and ability to cultivate their own fruit-bearing trees, shrubs, vines, and berries, encouraging and supporting formation of local chapters in geographical areas of Western Washington,

Western Washington Fruit Research Foundation ( Western Washington Fruit Research Foundation) was formed in 1991 in order to help fund tree fruit research in our region. For 20 years, a team at WSU (Washington State University-MT Vernon)

East of England Apples and Orchards Project We're a new not-for-profit voluntary organisation aiming to encourage the conservation of the local orchard fruit varieties of the East of England. We're also researching 'lost' varieties and raising awareness of the rich heritage of fruit that is unique to the region.

Home Orchard Society If you are a serious orchardist or perhaps a curious hobby gardener, Home Orchard Society provides you with the best source of information and knowledge, mixed in the context of like-minded friendships, to make fruit growing an enriching experience. Home Orchard Society is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to assisting both novice and expert growers and promoting the science, culture, and pleasure of growing fruit.

UltimateCitrus.com is your portal to the world of citrus, the most complete index of links to web pages involving the Florida Citrus Industry and other citrus web sites around the world.

Ontario Nut Growers Eastern Chapter

The Fruit Gardener is the primary publication of the California Rare Fruit Growers. This magazine is a bimonthly publication distributed to current members and contains articles about fruits and vegetables that are of general interest.

The Northwest Berry & Grape Information Net

National Watermelon Promotion Board

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Fruit Loop is a cooperative for information on all aspects of deciduous tree fruit production in the mid-Atlantic region. Cooperating state universities include Virginia Tech, West Virginia University, the University of Maryland, Rutgers, and the Pennsylvania State University. The goal of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Fruit Loop is to provide information resources that are useful to commercial fruit producers, county and regional agricultural agents, fruit industry professionals, Master Gardeners, and home orchardists.

Fresh Connections NewsletterThe NC State Newsletter is an informative, monthly newsletter. It contains articles written by NC State Extension specialists, researchers, and county agricultural extension agents. Many issues, from selecting a site for a new plantation to marketing are addressed. Topics include nutrient/fertility management, sod suppression/ground cover management, insect scouting and control, planting, harvesting, and business management.

Pear Bureau Northwest of Oregon, Washington, and Californina.

Hill Country Fruit Council Information on pick-your own growers and up-todate report on peach production.(Central Texas)

Northern Nut Growers Association

California Rare Fruit Growers Largest amateur fruit-growers organization

Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center at Washington State University

USDA-ARS Tree Fruit Research Laboratory

The North American Fruit Explorers a network of people throughout the US and Canda devoted to the discovery, cultivation of fruits and nuts.

The University Experiment Farm at Kearneysville A tree fruit research and education center.By West Virginia University

Small Fruit in the Home Garden

Site Selection and Placement of Fruit Trees

Official Back Yard Fruit Growers Homepage

Orchard Varieties

Perdu University's PawPaw Page