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The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America: Or, The Culture, Propagation, and ... - Page 706
by Andrew Jackson Downing - 1859 - 760 pages
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The New American Orchardist: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable Varieties ...

William Kenrick - Arboriculture - 1833 - 423 pages
...except in the city, and some very few solitary and highly favored situations in the country around, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing —...longer to be trusted : — They are no longer what they were once with us, and what many of them are still described to be by most foreign writers. The gentleman...
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The new American orchardist: or, An account of the most valuable ..., Volume 2

William Kenrick - Fruit-culture - 1835 - 418 pages
...sections of the city, and some very few solitary and highly favored situations in the country around, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing —...longer to be trusted ; — they are no longer what they were once with us, and what many of them are still described to be by most foreign writers. The gentleman...
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Volume 2

Gardening - 1836
...sections of the city, and some very few solitary and highly favored situations in the country around, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing,...barren, so unproductive, or so miserably blighted, somortally diseased, that they are no longer to be trusted ; — they are no longer what they once...
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Gardener's Magazine, Volume 2

Gardening - 1836
...sections of the city, and some very few solitary and highly favored situations in the country around, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing, so barren, so unproductive, or go miserably blighted, so mortally diseased, that they are no longer to be trusted ;— they are no...
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The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of ...

W. Kendrick - 1844 - 450 pages
...sections of the city, and some very few solitary and highly-favored situations in the country around, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing—...longer to be trusted; — they are no longer what they were once with us, and what many of them are still described to be by most foreign writers. We regret...
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The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of ...

W. Kendrick - 1848 - 450 pages
...sections of the city, and some very few solitary and highly-favored situations in the country around, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing—...longer to be trusted; — they are no longer what they were once with us, and what many of them are still described to be by most foreign writers. In the...
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Bulletin - Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Issues 125-137

Agriculture - 1907
...situations in the country round, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing — so barren — so mortally diseased — that they are no longer to be trusted ; they are no longer what they were once with us, and what many of them are still' described to be by most foreign writers." One of...
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Agriculture of Maine: ... Annual Report of the ..., Volume 5, Part 1906

Maine. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1907
...situations in the country round, they have become either so uncertain in their bearing — so barren— so mortally diseased — that they are no longer to be trusted ; they are no longer what they were once with us, and what many of them are still described to be by most foreign writers." One of...
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