Orange County Chapter CRFG

California Rare Fruit Growers is a membership of like-minded experimenters and enthusiasts dedicated to: 

1. Conducting research on hardiness, propagation, and growing requirements of rare fruits under California conditions...

2. Introducing and distributing new fruits potentially adaptable to California;

3. Selecting superior varieties of established fruits better suited to specific areas and growing conditions;

4. Exchanging seed, cuttings, scion wood, layers, etc., with each other primarily for home utilization and to fulfill the needs of the small farmer or urban hobby grower;

5. Publishing pertinent information regarding the above activities;

6. Adhering to Federal, State and County agricultural regulations.
Download & print a membership application for Orange County
See membership benefits at CRFG
 Sample of Fruit Gardener Magazine
Grafting DVD 
Now with Closed Captioning!
$10 at Meetings
or $12 Delivered
(See Order Form)

 CRFG Membership with  an OC Chapter newsletter 
 from $39/yr 
The chapter bylaws as amended in 06/14 may be reviewed at  BYLAWS

CCPP's Citrus budwood program will get your own trees started - see Buds.

See CDFA info. at Citrus Disease HLB & view quarantine areas at Maps.

To control the citrus leaf miner & the asian citrus psyllid see this article.

Our next chapter meeting is Thursday, July 19th at 7:30 pm at
Hall of 1st Congregational Church, 2555 Santiago St, Santa Ana 92706 
(New Location) see Map

Guest speaker Steven Murray will be giving a presentation about 
Fruit from Around the World.

To find fruits for your favorite recipes see Recipes
For meeting programs & event locations see Events
CRFG inc. bylaws as proposed for adoption in the Jan-Feb 2015 Fruit Gardener may be reviewed at  BYLAWS