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  1. This book attempts to focus attention on the tree's growth and its steadily increasing requirements and on the conditions that make it profitable as a producer of fruit.
  2. This publication contains common name, origin, forms, description, culture and cultivars of different fruit.
  3. In this edition, features such as hedges and tres and shrubs that give a garden its permanent character, come to the fore. Moreover, the emphasis is on ensuring that some vegetables are available throughout the year, even where the gardener faces water shortage.
  4. This book has been prepared for undergraduate fruit and nut growing courses in colleges. The author has made a special attempt, however, to make the book not only complete and technically accurate but interesting and easy-to-read so that it can be used as a text or reference in technical courses...
  5. Anything you would need to know about organic gardening is in this book.
  6. The focus throughout this book is small-space gardening. We draw from the work of plant scientists on dwarfing rootstocks and genetic or natural dwarfs; from old and new techniques of pruning and trining that confine plants; and from the experience of home gardeners willing to try something new...
  7. The present writing is the result of cumulative experience by many workers in this field, and from current and past literature. In many instances we had to go outside Florida for the mineral analyses and vitamin counts.The sources of information have been noted where pertinetn throughout the text...
  8. This no-nonsense guide to home fruit growing is now completely revised and updated. Lewis Hill writes with clarity, enthusiasm, and the authority grained from over 45 years of growing fruits, nuts, and berries. Basic enough for novices and comprehensive enough for more experienced growers, the...
  9. This book explains how to chose the right type of fruit. It discusses the buying, planting, types, and troubles of tree fruit and soft fruit. Also included in a fruit index.
  10. Describes the propagation, planting, harvesting, and storage of fruits and vegetables and gives advice on starting new plants, planning a garden, and using compost.