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trade off the orchard for an apple

To be overly concerned with minor details and ignore the situation as a whole. I know you're worried about that one aspect of your project, but don't trade off the orchard for an apple.
See also: apple, off, orchard, trade

crazy as a betsy bug

Insane. Don't leave me alone with Uncle Stu, he's crazy as a betsy bug!
See also: betsy, bug, crazy

*crazy as a betsy bug

 and *crazy as a peach-orchard boar; *crazy as a loon
Rur. acting as if insane. (*Also: as ~.) Tom: Susan says she's really the Queen of England. Bill: She's crazy as a betsy bug. Jill: David's a little eccentric, isn't he? Jane: Crazy as a loon, I'd say. What's wrong with Jim? He's acting as crazy as a peach-orchard boar.
See also: betsy, bug, crazy

marble orchard

a cemetery. informal humorous
See also: marble, orchard

marble orchard

and Marble City
n. a cemetery. I already bought a little plot in a marble orchard. There is a huge Marble City south of town.
See also: marble, orchard
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Meanwhile, businesses controlling not only the growing of apples but their packing, storing, and marketing have found that vertical integration--power over everything from tree plantings to sales--makes orcharding losses an acceptable expense in an otherwise profitable operation.
3) In turpentine orcharding, the groove or channel along which the oleoresin travels form the tree to the cup.
This government office is dedicated to promoting agriculture and will give you free advice on every aspect of orcharding from land assessment to finding the nursery that's best for you.
He has plenty of good information in his book Organic Orcharding.
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He said agriculture is stable in this region for now, though the paradox between housing and orcharding is an issue that needs to be resolved.
According to Lippincott's Productive Orcharding, published in 1914, that means southern apples thrive where mean summer temperatures range from 60 to 67 degrees.
I have a long list of fun things aside from gardening, orcharding, building, animal raising, and my wild flower nursery employment.