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  1. The Crandalls how how anything that growns in a conventional garden can be grown in a container. This includes such unlikely candidates as asparagus, pumpkins,corn--even fruits such as apples, apricots, peaches, pears and figs. Container gardening also makes it possible for people in cold...
  2. Your garden is almost guaranteed to be more successful when you apply the wisdom found in this book. For it appraises the work of the mulching pioneers such as Ruth Stout, the Rodale staff and Leonard Wickenden, and combines it with the newest finds in the whole field. It steers beginning and...
  3. This book contains an overview of 64 fruit species in a nutshell: each fruit crop is described giving information on major producing countries, uses, nutritional values, origin, vegetative and reproductive traits, pollination, cultivars, ecological requirements, propagation, planting and care,...
  4. The author attemps in this book to put together all the available information on some of the promising fruits of note in the country. Foreign publications were surveyed and cited as additional information resource but their being subject to applicability to local condition is only too well...
  5. This Yearbook has been written by knowledgeable specialists throughout the United States and can be your guide for a successful garden. The four sections of the book are: Introduction to Gardening, Home Garden Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts, and Home Food Preservation. 2 Copies (Different bindings)...
  6. This book is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of growing and marketing custard apples. It combines information based on neww research findings and established growing practices. Sixteen pages of colour plates have been added to this revised edition to help readers identify pest, diseases and...
  7. Discusses how to grow 62 of the most popular vegetables, fruits, nuts and fragrant herbs, and provides information on storage and harvesting
  8. Discusses the quality of American food, explains how to select the most nutritious varieties of fruits and vegetables, and offers advice on their cultivation, harvest, and storage
  9. 1970-01-01 Proceedings of the Symposium. Papers on Macadamia, Lychee, Fruits of Israel, Citrus, Banana, Cacao, Minor Tropical Fruit in Florida, and mango and avocado.