moving fruit trees in Summer

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Posted by Jake on June 14, 2003 at 18:53:29:

In Reply to: Tree Advice Pages posted by M. D. Vaden on June 14, 2003 at 14:00:15:

I have an emergency need to move relatively young fruit trees out of harms way before a developer comes in and anialates them. Many are Georgia Belle Peaches, several are Apricots, and one is a Kieffer Pear. Only the Pear has fruit on it...very healthy fruit. I have a terrific place to move them with cooler temperature and a much higher altitude (from College Park, GA to the mountains of Western North Carolina. Can you please give me a list of things to do vs. letting them get "mowed" down?

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