You do not stand blood in heaven

Van A as “Adams Parmane” bit Z as “Zuccamaglios Renette” made us Dr. Known for a book of 174 different apples, Dankwart Seipp and co-author Ariane Müller, with Wör and OK with Biller (van Lutz Poltrock). In 2016 they both broke the book “Apple Varieties of Northern Germany” sold in 2018. Well, if he retired for a long time at the age of 81, he is the famous connoisseur of round fruit. Above the ‘Apfeltage’ is a seggt, what a history of Apple sünd, Vördräg and wiest, up wecke Art un Wies ‘orchards’ antoleggen sünd, so quite the history of Verlagshuus van de NWZ in Ullenburg. Dankwart Seipp’s fake mac is sülfst “education pieces”. “Unfortunately, you cannot ask the tree where to cut it. You have to empathize with it,” Dankwart Seipp motto. Man wat de Beroop is, in his first role, Malin Annern’s Path to a Human Being. The first three years of the year in Bonn to Huus. In the war tie, Sine Mudder is found with three relatives of Kinner een Unnerdack bi up’n Buurnhoff bi Waldbröl. As Father Kim Pow, family bluff de Jong in the “Oberbergische Kreis”. At a young age as Lütt Stromer it was the role of Forest and Field. Geern hulp he bi de work in’n Gaarn un ok tohoop with sinen Broor bi den Boo van dat Öllernhuus. Dankwart loved working so well that he was on vacation as an assistant, I’m Boo Wat Di, so ok Daschengeld up to Schick’s pamphlet. Civil Engineer or Below in Garn, Dat Let Sic Danquart, Dat Amon Berob, Dorn Cobb Jan. With a pupil at school, he didn’t want to do anything, like his muses and then OK Broor and Süster. He wanted to study as a student, he had to have an internship after that, it was much longer than I was a civil engineer. So he started his matriculation at the Technical University in Hannover. Two semesters we were not before with a desire to teach civil engineering. He wessel to “gardening”. The students who were here at home ate better snacks during their studies. This training, that’s what we need, we do an apprenticeship in Krefeld for Gorner with a specialization in fruit farming. After that he studied “horticulture” in Hanover, and here he considered “horticulture and tree nurseries”. While studying he teaches you Froo för’t Leven, Elizabeth. Both are waiting for the semester break as the roses are finished, and we can copy them better. Enen Dag na de lesde Kim de Marriage Exam. As a ‘graduated gardener’ Roge Ho Ulf, he worked as an assistant at the ‘Institut Für Obstbau’ at the University of Hannover, along with Sen Hanen; In this article, Dr. Seinen said on the topic “Storage technology for apples”. In 1979 the head established the “Experimental and Consulting Station for Fruit and Vegetable Cultivation” and the “Weser-Ems Chamber of Agriculture” in Langförden. Here Versöke broke the raspberry fruit into the swing and could bring an international male connection up the road. He was in best practice for Huss, and so he broke his book on dat Anboon van Eerdbeeren ruut. In 1991 he moved to the headquarters of the “Chamber of Agriculture” in Ulenburg. He found a leader in the “Department of Horticulture” a few years later and head of the “Institute of Teaching and Research in Rostrup”. Döör This post is OK with bi, dat “Gartenkulturcentrum” uptoboon, jot down many ideas in the “Landesgartenschau 2002” brooch and vandaag for “Garden of Gardens”. 2006 Kim Dunquard Sepp No “Oldendale”. The man bit Vandagh promoted is the worst condition that Hanen. It’s been a year since he became the leader of the Society for the Promotion of Garden Culture. If it’s not about fruit and the barn for a moment, he’s traveling with his family and would like to do something with Holt. My Huus Seipp piece of furniture is Van Dankwart with Seven Macs by Hanen. One thinks again, he’s on the road to his first son.

Pray what about dr. Danquart sip

Data Oller: 81

I’m crazy about: Lutten to Goldenstedt

Family status: Fasting in Hanan and three sons

I love: nature, plants, forests

Opregen do ik mi över: Boomsnitt van Lüd, de sik not know

About the last thing we eat: Gröönkohl on a winter’s day and asparagus in Vörjohr and in the summer

Dat kummt me op’n Disch: Eten with elephant flour

Dar föhr ik gern mal hen: South Tyrol

My hobbies: Anboo van Fruit and Anleggen van Gaarns

At home I like to hear: classical music

The book makes me happy because of good things: Nonfiction books and crime novels

My biggest wish: to be with the family for a long time and that the world wants peace

This is my snack: If you relax, you rust

Translation into high German:

Apple: important not only in heaven

Dankwart Seipp Proven Fruit Expert

From A like Adams Parmane to Z as Zuccamaglios Renette, Dr. Dankwart Seipp and co-author Ariane Müller present a total of 174 different types of apples in words and pictures (by Lutz Poltrock) in their new book. As early as 2016, they both published The Apple Varieties of Northern Germany, which has been on sale since 2018. Despite being long retired at the age of 81, the proven fruit expert travels a lot. He selects cultivars on Apple Days, lecturing and planning meadow orchards, as is the case with the new NWZ publishing house in Oldenburg. Dankwart Seipp often takes charge of the so-called “educational cut” personally. “Unfortunately, you cannot ask the tree where to cut it. You have to put yourself in its place,” is Dankwart Seipp’s motto. His career path initially went in a different direction. He spent the first three years of his life in Bonn. Due to the turmoil of the war, his mother moved with her three children to live with relatives on a farm near Waldbrule. After the father was released from captivity, the young family remained in the Oberberg region. Even as a young child, he made many explorations in the woods and fields. He was happy to help out with gardening, and along with his brother was also actively involved in the construction of his parents’ house. Dankwart liked this job so much that during the holidays he worked as a temporary helper on the construction site and was able to supplement his pocket money with it. A civil engineer or a gardener, these two career options were questionable for Dankwart. In no way did he want to become a teacher, like his parents and siblings also. At the time, studying horticulture required a much longer training period than studying civil engineering. After graduating from high school, he began studying at the Technical University of Hannover. After two semesters his ambitions to become a civil engineer ended and he turned to horticulture. Their students praised the “Gardening” course with the highest ratings. Instead of the required training, he did an apprenticeship as a gardener in Krefeld, specializing in fruit cultivation. He then studied horticulture in Hanover, specializing in fruit cultivation and tree nursery management. During his studies he met his wife Elizabeth. Both roses grafted during the semester holidays are selling well. The day after the last exam they got married. As a graduate gardener, he worked for 11 years as an assistant at the Institute of Fruit Cultivation at the University of Hannover and during this time he also received his Ph.D. on the topic “Apple Storage Technology”. In 1979 he took over the management of the experimental and advisory station for fruit and vegetable cultivation at the Weser-Ems Chamber of Agriculture in Langförden. Here he began experimenting with mulberry fruit and made several international contacts in the process. He contributed his practical experience to a book on strawberry cultivation. In 1991, the Chamber of Agriculture brought him to its headquarters in Oldenburg and entrusted him with the management of the horticultural department and a few years later also the management of the Teaching and Research Institute in Rosstrup. In this job, he also co-founded the Garden Culture Center, which continues to have an impact today with the successful 2002 State Garden Show and Garden Show. Dankwart Seipp retired in 2006, but to this day there can be no question of peace. Among other things, he was president of the “Association for the Promotion of Garden Culture” for ten years. When he’s not out with fruit and gardening, he travels with his family and loves woodworking. Dankwart himself made many of the furniture pieces in the Seipp house. But his pride is the cradle of his first son.


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