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Backyard Success With Apples
Backyard Success With Apples
Backyard Success With Apples
Backyard Success With Apples
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Select a planting site
Select a planting site
Proper planting technique
Proper planting technique
Decisions after planting
Decisions after planting
Decisions after planting
Decisions after planting
Decisions after planting
Decisions after planting
Decisions after planting
Decisions after planting
Pest and Disease Management
Pest and Disease Management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Pest and disease management
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Choosing an apple tree variety
Resources and recommended reading
Resources and recommended reading

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Backyard Success With Apples

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1 Backyard Success With Apples

Backyard Success With Apples

Created by: Dave Knapp University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener-Anoka County

2 Backyard Success With Apples

Backyard Success With Apples

Selecting a planting site Proper planting technique Decisions after planting Pruning for fruit trees Pest and disease management Choosing an apple tree variety

3 Choosing an apple tree variety

Choosing an apple tree variety

Consult a reliable source for varieties developed for our area Know your fruit hardiness zone Follow your tastebuds

4 Choosing an apple tree variety

Choosing an apple tree variety

Apple varieties for Minnesota Zestar- ripens in late August and has a delightful balance of flavors. Sweet 16- one of the most unusual flavored apples in Minnesota. Very sweet with a flavor like cherry candy. Honeycrisp- Minnesota’s premier eating apple with a sweet-tart flavor and crisp texture.

5 Choosing an apple tree variety

Choosing an apple tree variety

Know your fruit hardiness zone The Minnesota Metro area, including Anoka County, is in zone 4a.

http://www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/images/1111f02.jpg

6 Select a planting site

Select a planting site

What space requirements are needed for the variety of tree selected? Are any soil amendments necessary? Call for a free utility marking service to identify buried utilities. 1-888-258-0808

7 Proper planting technique

Proper planting technique

Bare root planting

Container planting

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8 Decisions after planting

Decisions after planting

How much should I mulch?

http://na.fs.fed.us/pubs/uf/tom/090202_tom_hr.pdf

9 Decisions after planting

Decisions after planting

Do I need to fertilize?

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10 Decisions after planting

Decisions after planting

How much should I water?

http://na.fs.fed.us/pubs/uf/tom/090202_tom_hr.pdf

11 Decisions after planting

Decisions after planting

Is pruning needed?

http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/1000/1150.html

12 Pest and Disease Management

Pest and Disease Management

Integrated Pest Management What are my choices for dealing with pests? What are the risks involved with each choice? What is my attitude toward those risks?

13 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

What are key diseases I may encounter?

14 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

What pests may I expect to bother my tree or fruit?

15 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Best cultural practices for good tree health .

16 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Options for those with low tolerance

17 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Key diseases of Apple in Minnesota Apple scab-caused by a fungus that affects both leaves and fruit. Fire Blight- a bacterial disease that can kill blossoms, green shoots, branches and trees. Black Rot- a fungal disease that is an occasional problem on stressed trees. Cedar Apple Rust- a fungal disease that damages leaves and fruit of very susceptible varieties. Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck- a fungal disease that causes cosmetic damage to fruit in August or September.

18 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Pests of Apple in Minnesota Apple Maggot

http://www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/m1235.html#apple-maggot-anchor

19 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Pests of Apple in Minnesota Codling Moth

http://www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/m1235.html#apple-maggot-anchor

20 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Pests of Apple in Minnesota Plum Curculio

http://www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/m1235.html#apple-maggot-anchor

21 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Pests of Apple in Minnesota Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle

http://www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/m1235.html#apple-maggot-anchor

22 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

If you choose to spray: Use something recommended for the pest or disease you are managing. Read the label prior to use and follow all instructions. Verify that the spray is recommended for edible fruits. Some sprays are very toxic to bees and may cause fruit drop if used within 30 days of bloom.

23 Pest and disease management

Pest and disease management

Cultural practices for good tree health. Consider a disease resistant variety. Do not encourage vigorous new growth. Warm, humid environments encourage bacteria. Pruning opens air flow and reduces humidity. Pick up dropped fruit and all leaves in the Fall. Prune during freezing weather (Feb-March) Mulch becomes dirt, so replace mulch as it deteriorates. Consider non-spray treatments, fruit bagging, red sphere or Ladd traps.

24 Choosing an apple tree variety

Choosing an apple tree variety

25 Choosing an apple tree variety

Choosing an apple tree variety

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26 Resources and recommended reading

Resources and recommended reading

Apples For Minnesota and Their Culinary Uses. Includes the Fruit Hardiness Zone Map, identifies 22 apple varieties and discusses storing options. www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/DG1111 Integrated Pest Management for Home Apple Growers. Introduces Integrated Pest Management (IPM) as a combination method for monitoring and managing pest and disease issues in apples. Discusses identification, biology and management options for key diseases and pests of apples in Minnesota. www.extension.umn.edu/distribution/horticulture/components/M1235 University of Minnesota Extension home gardening information, including how to plant trees and shrubs. www.extension.umn.edu/garden

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