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Questions tagged [orla-revai]

newly planted fruit trees whose fruit is forbidden for the first three years and must be redeemed of its holiness in the fourth.

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Blessing on tree with inedible fruit

I am looking into the blessing for the trees for NISSAN. There is a almond tree on our block. Blossoms really early. But it is the red-blossom type (bitter almond) not the sweet kind that you eat. In ...
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How long does soil need to last?

If you move a tree with its soil, it's considered replanted (so the rules of orla kick in) unless it can live off of the soil you're moving it with. (Masechet Orla 1,3 see Rambam.) Clearly "if it can ...
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Orla: are the leaves of the plant included in the prohibition?

I have recently planted a grape vine. The nursery insists that it is at least 1 year old (and the size of the plant suggests no less than 2 years old). It was planted with it's roots entirely ...
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What happens to the obligation of rivai when a new fruit tree reaches its third or fourth year during Shmitah?

We learn in Leviticus 19:23, 24 that the fruit of a new tree is forbidden (orlah) for benefit for its first three years, but all of the fruit from the fourth year is sanctified (revai) and [when the ...
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Can I make a bracha on smelling roses that may be orla?

Roses are considered "Atzei Besamim" so does orla apply to them and if so do I make a bracha on smelling orla roses?