The new American orchardist;
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The new American orchardist; or, An account of the most valuable varieties of fruit, adapted to cultivation in the climate of the United States, from the latitude of 25 [degrees] to 54 [degrees], with their uses, modes of culture, and management; remedies for the maladies to which they are subject, from noxious insects, and other causes, &c. Also, a brief description of the most ornamental forest trees, shrubs, flowers, &c.

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Book

Publication info

Boston,Carter, Hendee,1833.

Subjects

Fruit-culture , United States

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.43568

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Title

The new American orchardist; or, An account of the most valuable varieties of fruit, adapted to cultivation in the climate of the United States, from the latitude of 25 [degrees] to 54 [degrees], with their uses, modes of culture, and management; remedies for the maladies to which they are subject, from noxious insects, and other causes, &c. Also, a brief description of the most ornamental forest trees, shrubs, flowers, &c.

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Kenrick, William, 1789-1872

Genre

Book

Publication info

Boston,Carter, Hendee,1833.

Subjects

Fruit-culture , United States

BHL Collections:

Library of Congress

Call Number

SB355 .K36

Language

English

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LCCN: 11026064
OCLC: 2852602

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.43568

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