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TreeCropper Issue 59 – September 2009
Flowers of the hazelnut, Tonda di Giffoni, encased in ice. It was midday in Clyde (June 2009) when this picture was taken, and still -2°C. But the styles can still be receptive – see page 24.
Your letters – animals in organic farming systems, using photosynthesis to store carbon in wood that is then buried as a permanent carbon-sink
Back cover: Sunlight shining onto one of Rosy Laing’s producing pinenut trees.
Presumed to be Pinus pinea, eight of these trees are keeping Rosy and family supplied year-round with pine
nuts – see page 10.