Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Pomegranates
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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Many fruiting types of pomegranate should survive most winters throughout the central, southern, and southeastern parts of Texas. Ornamental plants can grow farther north as well. This publication explains how to grow pomegranates in Texas; topics include climate, soils, varieties, propagation, site preparation, suitable varieties, planting, irrigation, fertilization, pruning, pest and disease control, sun damage, and harvest. (6 pages)
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