Rare Fruit Council International (RFCI) Upcoming Speakers 2017-2018
January 11, 2017, Laurie Gutstein: Has a Calamondin Grove in Ft. Myers, will be talking about Calamondins. Trees will be available for purchase.
February 8, 2017, Chris Rollins: Fruits of Southeast Asia
March 8, 2017, Carlos De La Torre: Growing techniques for avocados
April 12, 2017, Adrian Hunsberger: Good & Bad Insects
*** Saturday April 15, 2017 RFCI Field Trip Members Tour at The Kampong, 9 am, $15 fee to National Botanic Gardens ***
May 10, 2017, Jeff Wasielewski: Pruning Tropical Fruit Trees
June 14, 2017, Dylan Terry: Growing a Food Forest.
July 12, 2017, John Goss: Heliconia and Ginger Plants. Turmeric and various ginger plants for sale.
August 9, 2017, Patrick Garvey: Mini Documentary & Update on Grimal Grove
September 13, 2017, Dr. George Fitzpatrick: Making and Using Compost in South Florida.
October 11, 2017, Toppy a/k/a Norman Fell: Old time farming techniques.
November 8, 2017, Thanksgiving Open Board Meeting & Pre Ramble Planning
December 13, 2017, Holiday Party
January 2018, Chris Rollins: TBA
February 2018, Matt Snow: Hands on Grafting Workshop
March 2018, Carolyn Capola: Herb Farming
April 2018, Jonathan Gambino & Rachel Middleton of Three Sisters Farm: Growing Tropical Fruits in South Florida
May 2018, Jorge J. Zaldivar of Guavonia Guava Grove (Redland): History of Guavas & Seed Introduction in Florida
June 13, 2018, Scott Lyons: of Sublicious Farms (Ft. Lauderdale) Specializes in growing mushrooms & preparing Kombucha. Items for sale at the meeting.
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