1. This book is a delectable guide to the history, cultivation, and propagation of these and a score or so of other "exotic" but nevertheless easy-to-grow fruits and berries. Each is truly edible right off the tree, resistant to pests, temperate-zone hardy, and available eaither at local nurseries...
  2. Provides region-specific information on the planting, growth, harvesting, and storage of thirteen varieties of fruits and berries, including apples, peaches, cherries, pears, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and grapes.
  3. A guide for backyard gardeners discusses planting, feeding, pruning, and harvesting
  4. Joing the ranks of gardeners who are discovering that they can harvest more from less space, and with less effort. Find out how it's possible to keep the garden producing year-round, not matter where you live. All the techniques you need to turn your garden into a lush, productive, nonstop...
  5. New, inexpensive, disease-free method of cultivating top fruit. 25 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. 1991-01-01 For cooperators in the F/Fred Leucaena Seed Orchard program for production of psyllid-resistant seed from selected parentage. 18 pages, illustrated, photos
  7. 1982-04-01 Prepared for the United States Peace Corps by Development and Resources Corp. 108 pages, illustrated
  8. 1984-10-01 112 pages, illustrated, photos
  9. 1979-01-01 Store Publishing Bulletin A-35 32 pages, illustrated 2 copies
  10. 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.