The British fruit-gardener :
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The British fruit-gardener : and art of pruning : comprising, the most approved methods of planting and raising every useful fruit-tree and fruit-bearing-shrub ... The true successful practice of pruning, training, grafting, budding &c. so as to render them abundantly fruitful: and full directions concerning soils, situations, and exposures /

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Book

Publication info

London :MDCCLXXIX [1779]

Subjects

Early works to 1800 , Fruit-culture , Great Britain , Publishers' advertisements

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.26950

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Title

The British fruit-gardener : and art of pruning : comprising, the most approved methods of planting and raising every useful fruit-tree and fruit-bearing-shrub ... The true successful practice of pruning, training, grafting, budding &c. so as to render them abundantly fruitful: and full directions concerning soils, situations, and exposures /

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Abercrombie, John, 1726-1806

Mawe, Thomas.

Genre

Book

Publication info

London :MDCCLXXIX [1779]

Subjects

Early works to 1800 , Fruit-culture , Great Britain , Publishers' advertisements

Language

English

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LCCN: agr18000712
OCLC: 7936917

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.26950

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publisher = {London :},
author = {Abercrombie, John, and Mawe, Thomas.},
year = {1779},
pages = {364},
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