6000 Planting Your Bare-Root Fruit Tree | UGA Cooperative Extension

Many fruit trees are purchased as bare-root trees. A bare-root tree is a dormant tree that has no soil or planting medium around the roots. Here are some tips on storing, planting, and caring for your bare-root fruit tree.


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Published on Dec 23, 2014

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Jule-Lynne Macie ANR Program Development Coordinator, Northwest District Lynwood Blackmon DeKalb County Extension Coordinator, Northwest District Ellen M. Bauske Senior Public Service Associate, Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture (GCUA)
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