Shop for Apple Trees

We would like to thank and give much credit to Mr. Lee Calhoun Jr. for much of the great information that he has provided on the southern apple varieties that we offer. His book Old Southern Apples is an excellent read and full of years of his own research on great Southern apples. We strongly suggest that you […]

Seeds and Growing Supplies

MOISTURE MIZER (Soil Conditioner) Package – Each Reduce watering by at least 50% and increase your survival by adding just one tablespoon per bareroot seedling.   Moisture Mizer is a super absorbent soil conditioner that stores water and slowly reduces it for plant use.  These tiny granules can hold up to 300 times their weight […]

Cost Comparisons: Winter/Summer Food Plot vs. Permanent Food Plot

Planting trees and shrubs can turn your “annual” food plots into “perennial” habitat for all types of wildlife with incredible savings. When you run the numbers you quickly realize that a permanent food plot solution from The Wildlife Group will, over just a few years, reduce annual outlays of cash for seeds & fertilizer, not […]

Spraying

Our trees are selected with absentee landowner in mind. We strive to pick the most disease resistant trees that we can possibly get to help with the problem of disease. However, resistance does not mean immune to some spraying may be necessary at times. We strongly recommend the spraying of dormant oil on your fruit […]

Weed Control

One of the most limiting factors for all newly planted trees are weeds. Weed competition can result in death or poor growth of young trees. Keep a 3-4’ circle cleaned at the base of each tree. This can be done by mulching, use of weed fabric or chemicals. When using a product such as roundup […]

The Wildlife Group Guys

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Pruning and Training

The day that you plant your trees is the day that you begin to prune and train for future production. Neglect here will result in poor growth and delayed fruiting. 1st  year  -­Pruning a young tree controls its shape by developing a strong, well balanced framework of scaffold branches. Remove or cut back unwanted  branches […]

Pollination

Not all fruit trees require pollen from  other varieties to set fruit.  Why take that chance, it is always best to plant two or more varieties  with overlapping bloom periods. Some varieties bear heavy  crops when pollinated by another pollen producing variety. It is very  important to mix varieties and plant in multiples to insure […]