Insect Management in Oriental Persimmon

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Interest in oriental persimmon production has increased in recent years from both homeowners and commercial producers. Nursery stock of astringent and nonastringent varieties are readily available. The large shiny green leaves make the tree valuable in the landscape as an ornamental. Trees grow and fruit best in central and north Florida. Astringent varieties grow best in south Florida. See Miller, E. P and T. Crocker (1991, Oriental persimmons in Florida, SS-FRC-003) for information on the culture and management of persimmons.

Authors: 
Russell F. Mizell, III
Authors: 
Gary Brinen
Publisher: 
University of Florida, IFAS Extension
Year: 
2009