Archive image from page 254 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits  cyclopediaofhar00hedr Year: 1922  207. Sugar. (XD parent, Agen. The fruits of Sugar in the East are not larger than those of Agen, while in California they are said to be twice or three times as large; the flavor is not so pleasant, although in California the fruit of Sugar is said to be of better quality than that of Agen. The trees of the two plums are much alike, though those of Agen are larger and more productive than those of Sugar as grown in New York. The variety was introduced by its originato
RMW27936Archive image from page 254 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits cyclopediaofhar00hedr Year: 1922 207. Sugar. (XD parent, Agen. The fruits of Sugar in the East are not larger than those of Agen, while in California they are said to be twice or three times as large; the flavor is not so pleasant, although in California the fruit of Sugar is said to be of better quality than that of Agen. The trees of the two plums are much alike, though those of Agen are larger and more productive than those of Sugar as grown in New York. The variety was introduced by its originato
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. The fruits of Ontario. Fruit-culture. A first - class commercial apple for early winter. It succeeds well in the Province of On- tario, and deserves to be planted much more freely. Origin : Hubbardston, Mass. Tree : hardy, vigorous, but some- what subject to apple canker and therefore better top worked on some healthy grower; very productive ; an earl J' bearer. Fruit : size, medium , to large ; form round ovate, fairly regular ; skin,. Seci'ion ok Hubbardston.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - colora
RMPG4FF6. The fruits of Ontario. Fruit-culture. A first - class commercial apple for early winter. It succeeds well in the Province of On- tario, and deserves to be planted much more freely. Origin : Hubbardston, Mass. Tree : hardy, vigorous, but some- what subject to apple canker and therefore better top worked on some healthy grower; very productive ; an earl J' bearer. Fruit : size, medium , to large ; form round ovate, fairly regular ; skin,. Seci'ion ok Hubbardston.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - colora
Archive image from page 406 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits  cyclopediaofhar00hedr Year: 1922  THE BUFFALO-BERRY THE BUFFALO-BERRY 357 fruit. This is the form usually sold by nur- serymen. The fruit of the American type is hardly better than that of the European as usually found, but the plant seems to be more variable; occasionally plants are found bearing fruits of pleasant acid taste, which are very agreeable substitutes for the cranberry. Tak- ing advantage of this fact, A. E. Morgan, Dayton, Ohio, has spent some years in de- veloping varieties suitable for
RMW28B4GArchive image from page 406 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits cyclopediaofhar00hedr Year: 1922 THE BUFFALO-BERRY THE BUFFALO-BERRY 357 fruit. This is the form usually sold by nur- serymen. The fruit of the American type is hardly better than that of the European as usually found, but the plant seems to be more variable; occasionally plants are found bearing fruits of pleasant acid taste, which are very agreeable substitutes for the cranberry. Tak- ing advantage of this fact, A. E. Morgan, Dayton, Ohio, has spent some years in de- veloping varieties suitable for
Archive image from page 185 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits  cyclopediaofhard00hedr Year: 1922  156 WRAGG YELLOW SPANISH ing and shipping, and are very susceptible to brown-rot. It is one of the first of the sweet cherries—large, yellowish-white tinted with shades of crimson—a beautiful fruit. The flesh separates readily from the skin, is tender, juicy, with an abundance of colorless juice and a flavor that has given it the reputation of being one of the best in quality. It would be hard to name another cherry better suited for small plantations. Wood was raise
RMW23W96Archive image from page 185 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits cyclopediaofhard00hedr Year: 1922 156 WRAGG YELLOW SPANISH ing and shipping, and are very susceptible to brown-rot. It is one of the first of the sweet cherries—large, yellowish-white tinted with shades of crimson—a beautiful fruit. The flesh separates readily from the skin, is tender, juicy, with an abundance of colorless juice and a flavor that has given it the reputation of being one of the best in quality. It would be hard to name another cherry better suited for small plantations. Wood was raise
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Archive image from page 209 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits  cyclopediaofhar00hedr Year: 1922  176 J. H. HALE LATE CRAWFORD J. H. HALE. Fig. 170. Of many new peaches, J. H. Hale is the leading aspirant for pomological honors. Its characters can be best set forth b}' comparing it with Elberta, the standard commercial peach. In size, the fruit of J. H. Hale averages larger; the flesh is firmer and heavier; the peaches ship better and keep longer than those of Elberta. In shape, the    170. J. H. Hale. {XV2) fruit is almost a sphere, its perfect symmetry being sca
RMW2465CArchive image from page 209 of Cyclopedia of hardy fruits (1922). Cyclopedia of hardy fruits cyclopediaofhar00hedr Year: 1922 176 J. H. HALE LATE CRAWFORD J. H. HALE. Fig. 170. Of many new peaches, J. H. Hale is the leading aspirant for pomological honors. Its characters can be best set forth b}' comparing it with Elberta, the standard commercial peach. In size, the fruit of J. H. Hale averages larger; the flesh is firmer and heavier; the peaches ship better and keep longer than those of Elberta. In shape, the 170. J. H. Hale. {XV2) fruit is almost a sphere, its perfect symmetry being sca
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Archive image from page 97 of Culture of the citrus in. Culture of the citrus in California  cultureofcitrusi00cali Year: 1900 ( 'It is very important the first season after transplanting trees to run water frequently, at least so as to insure soft and moist earth about the roots at all times. And it is better to run water in furrows through the entire open space between the rows. Experiments have shown that the roots reach out enormously, even the first year, if favorable conditions are provided.' Extending the Roots.âA common practice in planting trees with loose roots, of placing the tree i
RMW9G2J1Archive image from page 97 of Culture of the citrus in. Culture of the citrus in California cultureofcitrusi00cali Year: 1900 ( 'It is very important the first season after transplanting trees to run water frequently, at least so as to insure soft and moist earth about the roots at all times. And it is better to run water in furrows through the entire open space between the rows. Experiments have shown that the roots reach out enormously, even the first year, if favorable conditions are provided.' Extending the Roots.âA common practice in planting trees with loose roots, of placing the tree i
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Archive image from page 97 of Culture of the citrus in. Culture of the citrus in California  cultureofcitrusi00cali Year: 1900 ( 90 STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE.    'It is very important the first season after transplanting trees to run water frequently, at least so as to insure soft and moist earth about the roots at all times. And it is better to run water in furrows through the entire open space between the rows. Experiments have shown that the roots reach out enormously, even the first year, if favorable conditions are provided.' Extending the Roots.âA common practice in planting trees with
RMW9G2JXArchive image from page 97 of Culture of the citrus in. Culture of the citrus in California cultureofcitrusi00cali Year: 1900 ( 90 STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE. 'It is very important the first season after transplanting trees to run water frequently, at least so as to insure soft and moist earth about the roots at all times. And it is better to run water in furrows through the entire open space between the rows. Experiments have shown that the roots reach out enormously, even the first year, if favorable conditions are provided.' Extending the Roots.âA common practice in planting trees with
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