presentations

Chapter members regularly perform introductory classes to different interest groups. If you are interested in such presentations, please contact our Co-Chairman at bcossel@gmail.com

1. FRUITING TREES, SHRUBS AND VINES IN THE ORNAMENTAL LANDSCAPE By Tom Del Hotal.
2. NUTS FOR YOU By Tom Del Hotal.
3. PITAYA PRESENTATION By Tom Del Hotal.
4. Promising Eugenia for Southern California By Tom Del Hotal.
5. Pruning Berries Grapes and Kiwi By Tom Del Hotal.
6. The Incredible Edible Fig By Tom Del Hotal.
7. Fruit Tree Pruning Open Vase and Modified Open Vase By Tom Del Hotal.
8. Fruit Tree Pruning Central Leader and Modified Central Leader By Tom Del Hotal.
9. Fruit Tree Pruning Basics By Tom Del Hotal.
10. Drought Tolerant Fruiting Trees, Shrubs and Vines By Tom Del Hotal.
11. Diseases of Fruiting Plants By Tom Del Hotal.
12. Deciduous Fruit Trees in Southern California By Tom Del Hotal.
13. CITRUS PRUNING By Tom Del Hotal.
14. An Introduction to Citrus – Varities – Pests and Diseases By Tom Del Hotal.
15. Air-Layering By Tom Del Hotal.
16. FRUITING BERRIES AND VINES By Tom Del Hotal.
17. Natural Target Pruning 1 By Tom Del Hotal.
18. PLANT PROPAGATION 2010 By Tom Del Hotal.
19. Fall Tree Care By Tom Del Hotal.
20. SOILS _2596 FROM THE GROUND UP By Tom Del Hotal.
21. Introduction to Subtropical Fruit for Southern California By Tom Del Hotal.
22. New and Noteworthy Citrus Varieties By Tom Del Hotal.
23. Intro to Organic Matter Lifecycle – Composting as a Cure By Ben Kotnik.
24. 12-months-of-fruit-ben-kotnik-suburban-food-farm (PDF) By Ben Kotnik
 

Introductory Classes presented by Jose M. Gallego:
Selecting and Growing Rare Fruits in San Diego 2008 – PART 1r
Selecting and Growing Rare Fruits in San Diego 2008 – PART 2
Selecting and Growing Rare Fruits in San Diego 2008 – PART 3
Selecting and Growing Rare Fruits in San Diego 2008 – PART 4
Selecting and Growing Rare Fruits in San Diego 2008 – PART 5