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I know that for 90% of the country this post won't apply, but for those of us who live in Cali, this can be an issue.

We have tons of fruit trees and getting the fruit that's "up high" is a real struggle. Does anyone have a lead on a really great fruit picker?

If not, I think it's time to invent one.......

asked Mar 23 at 14:22

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is this what you are looking for?

http://www.amleo.com/product.aspx?p=245FH

A.M.Leonard has been a great source of outdoor tools for me.

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answered Apr 03 at 08:55

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We bought this one several years ago and have been pleased with the results.

http://www.amazon.com/The-Twister-Fruit-Picker%C2%AE/dp/B000BBCUD8/

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answered Apr 04 at 09:02

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SAS
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This is a test. Please ignore.

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answered Apr 04 at 16:55

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Frauenfelder
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A Mexican?

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answered Apr 17 at 03:27

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