Syracuse professor grows 40 different fruits on one tree

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+1 1. Judge-Jake commented 233 days ago

Yeah nice idea. :)
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+1 2. krazeeeyez commented 233 days ago

next up.. an egg laying cow with pig's ribs, chicken's thighs and a lamb's shoulder.
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+2 3. thundersnow commented 233 days ago

It's beautiful when it's blossoming. I wonder how he deals with fungal disease, on a tree like that. In Pennsylvania and New York fungal infections on fruit trees are rampant due to the hot and humid summer conditions, and the trees always have to be sprayed. Thanks for the nice upload, ringmaster! :)<3
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+1 4. ringmaster commented 232 days ago

Hurray, I'm back <3
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+1 5. thundersnow commented 232 days ago

#4 <3<3<3<3<3<3<3
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+4 6. Dennis53 commented 231 days ago

It's called 'Grafting' and it's been done for thousands of years.