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Author: Leo H. (Leo Hartley) Grindon
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Author: Leo Hartley Grindon
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Fruits and Fruit Trees : home and foreign 6 / - c 8 ° Manchester 86 * HOGG , R. The Fruit Manual : descriptions , synonyms , classification 16 / - 8 ° Jl . of Hortic . [ 52 ] 85 Reeves , T. Fruit Cultivation under Glass 5 / - c 8 ...
You , of great iak - tree , at the top of the course , would know better . garden , which shades the front From the pith of the tree of the house . It has great the natives get a kind of flour , fruits banging from its stem with which ...
Control of insects on deciduous fruits and tree nuts in the home orchard - without insecticides . , 82-15266 - Fruit , Dried - Statistics Periodicals . Dried fruits , 82-6971 Foreign agriculture circular . Dried fruits 1 , 82-6971 Fruit ...
Fresh deciduous fruits and grapes , 82-6970 Fresh deciduous fruits and grapes , 826970 Fruit trade - Canada ... of insects on deciduous fruits and tree nuts in the home orchard - without insecticides . , 82-15266 Fruit , Canned .
It is artistic as a whole , sufficient fruits and vegetables to meet the demand for such but flowers play only a ... Thousands of acres of fruit trees bad scarcely a fruit Our European varieties so greatly exceed the Japanese Azaleas ...
Pear , plum , sweet and Environmental upsets caused by chemical eradication ( of insect pests to fruit trees ... for the fruit and vegetable processing industry buen A bibliography of fruits and vegetables for the home gardener and home ...
Release on 1930 | by United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
DECIDUOUS AND OTHER FRUITS Deciduous fruit trees were brought into the Cape Colony ( South Africa ) in the early days of Dutch settlement . Various types of deciduous fruits were produced for home use , but it was not until around 1890 ...
Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
upon it . mentioned , often arrive with wine , raisins , of $ 4,000 , and nearly as much more from nuts , fruits of various kinds ... and covered in country , I was invited to ride with bim a part with fruit trees of different kinds .
... kitchen gardens well stocked with fruit trees , ten acres of Shareholders and Members supplied at HOME and ABROAD , including Presiderts of Oficers ' and Ser ture . The shooting , which is excellent , well preserved , geants ...
Release on 1895 | by British Columbia. Department of Agriculture
The American fruit - growers have suffered so much by the introduction of insect pests in foreign fruit and nursery ... by the National Government , and regulations governing the sale and distribution of home - grown fruit trees .
Author: British Columbia. Department of Agriculture
Palms , swan's egg , are sometimes angular and sometimes cheaper than home - grown , owing to the expense of isolated or ... On every side are fruit trees , too various The leaves of this tree are used as a substitute for sheltered . to ...