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Frederick Vernon Coville blueberry records,
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Frederick Vernon Coville blueberry records,

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1907-1938.

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(Frederick Vernon), , (George McMillan), , 1867-1937 , 1889-1983 , Blueberries , Breeding , Coville, Frederick V , Darrow, George M , Fruit breeders , History , Manuscripts , United States

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Frederick Vernon Coville blueberry records,

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Coville, Frederick V. (Frederick Vernon) 1867-1937

United States. Department of Agriculture.

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Book

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Mixed materials

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1907-1938.

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Title and abstract supplied by archivist.

United States Department of Agriculture blueberry records of Frederick Vernon Coville document the earliest crosses of commercial blueberries. Frederick Vernon Coville along with George M. Darrow were the first breeders in the blueberry program. These research notes are primarily Coville's and include a complete description of blueberry plant parentage and field note data. There are daily, pencilled entries about growing plants in research fields and separate notebooks with descriptions of blueberry plant variety characteristics and crosses.

Frederick Vernon Coville (1867-1937) worked for the United States Department of Agriculture as assistant botanist (1888-1893) and botanist (1893-1937). He was instrumental in the establishment of the United States National Arboretum in 1927. He was the first to discover the importance of soil acidity on the growth of blueberries as well as the impact of cold on plants. Through his early work on crossing blueberry plants, he was responsible for the commercialization of blueberries.

Subjects

(Frederick Vernon), , (George McMillan), , 1867-1937 , 1889-1983 , Blueberries , Breeding , Coville, Frederick V , Darrow, George M , Fruit breeders , History , Manuscripts , United States

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English

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NAL: MS 413
OCLC: 910915678

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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/263499},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/157057 --- Title and abstract supplied by archivist. --- United States Department of Agriculture blueberry records of Frederick Vernon Coville document the earliest crosses of commercial blueberries. Frederick Vernon Coville along with George M. Darrow were the first breeders in the blueberry program. These research notes are primarily Coville's and include a complete description of blueberry plant parentage and field note data. There are daily, pencilled entries about growing plants in research fields and separate notebooks with descriptions of blueberry plant variety characteristics and crosses. --- Frederick Vernon Coville (1867-1937) worked for the United States Department of Agriculture as assistant botanist (1888-1893) and botanist (1893-1937). He was instrumental in the establishment of the United States National Arboretum in 1927. He was the first to discover the importance of soil acidity on the growth of blueberries as well as the impact of cold on plants. Through his early work on crossing blueberry plants, he was responsible for the commercialization of blueberries.},
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author = {Coville, Frederick V. (Frederick Vernon) and United States. Department of Agriculture.},
year = {1907},
pages = {482},
keywords = {(Frederick Vernon),|(George McMillan),|1867-1937|1889-1983|Blueberries|Breeding|Coville, Frederick V|Darrow, George M|Fruit breeders|History|Manuscripts|United States},
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@book{bhl263501,
title = {Frederick Vernon Coville blueberry records, },
volume = {box 2 (1909)},
copyright = {Not provided. Contact contributing library to verify copyright status.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/263501},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/157057 --- Title and abstract supplied by archivist. --- United States Department of Agriculture blueberry records of Frederick Vernon Coville document the earliest crosses of commercial blueberries. Frederick Vernon Coville along with George M. Darrow were the first breeders in the blueberry program. These research notes are primarily Coville's and include a complete description of blueberry plant parentage and field note data. There are daily, pencilled entries about growing plants in research fields and separate notebooks with descriptions of blueberry plant variety characteristics and crosses. --- Frederick Vernon Coville (1867-1937) worked for the United States Department of Agriculture as assistant botanist (1888-1893) and botanist (1893-1937). He was instrumental in the establishment of the United States National Arboretum in 1927. He was the first to discover the importance of soil acidity on the growth of blueberries as well as the impact of cold on plants. Through his early work on crossing blueberry plants, he was responsible for the commercialization of blueberries.},
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author = {Coville, Frederick V. (Frederick Vernon) and United States. Department of Agriculture.},
year = {1909},
pages = {1202},
keywords = {(Frederick Vernon),|(George McMillan),|1867-1937|1889-1983|Blueberries|Breeding|Coville, Frederick V|Darrow, George M|Fruit breeders|History|Manuscripts|United States},
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TY - BOOK
TI - Frederick Vernon Coville blueberry records,
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TI - Frederick Vernon Coville blueberry records,
VL - box 2 (1909)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/263501
PY - 1909
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AU - United States. Department of Agriculture.
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KW - Darrow, George M
KW - Fruit breeders
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