More, plus the new T shirt the wife got me, Oh and Beau the dog.
So are you using old school chemicals or are you using phermones traps etc.?
I lost some of my trees two years ago in a storm that shut down the whole county even stopping a commuter train dead on the tracks for three days and have yet to replace any., Thinking of maybe going the same way as you except tilth organic.
I'm planning to put in about a dozen fruit trees next spring. I tried Honeycrisp about 10 years ago at a different property but got very little fruit. Harrelson and Zestar did well though. I live in Minnesota where the Honeycrisp originated but have heard it is a difficult and low yielding apple. Is that your experience? Given my past experience with Honeycrisp I am planning to go with yellow transparent, Harrelson, Zestar and Sweet Tango. All are Minnesota hardy and should spread out the season, however I would like to have a few Honeycrisp if I thought they would produce. Any advice would be appreciated.
About the dog, is it a Grif or GWP? I have a Grif and consider him without question the world's best dog. The wife doesn't always agree, but that's not new. I hunt upland birds a lot and there is nothing better than a day in the field with my dog.