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    Once again a late frost hammered most of my fruit trees. About the only thing that I got was chokecherries, which I made some nice Jelly with.

    However, A buddy's kid just bought a property nearby, and believe it or not he actually has grapes growing. They've eaten their fill and he allowed me to pick some and I grabbed 10 pounds which I have reduced to juice, and tonight will turn into Jelly as well.

    Next year I will take some clippings from his and try to get my own growing.

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    That is weird with the frost, in Norcal we have not had a problem. You mentioned apricots, we have not a had a one in over four years! I have to put in some new ones, I just can't figure it out. Apples, pears, almonds and nectarines all came in. We are looking at another big year for pomegranates.
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