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" Whatever system of training is pursued, the leading branches should be laid in in the exact position they are to remain ; for, wherever a large branch is brought down to fill the lower part of the wall, the free ascent of the sap is obstructed by the... "
The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America: Or, The Culture, Propagation, and ... - Page 40
by Andrew Jackson Downing - 1859 - 760 pages
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volume 2

John Claudius Loudon - Gardening - 1827
...will look workmanlike. Whatever system of training is pursued, the leading branches should be laid in in the exact position they are to remain; for, wherever...and contraction of the lower parts of the branch. It U thus robbed of part of its former vigour, whilst it seldom fails to throw out immediately behind...
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volume 2

1827
...will look workmanlike. Whatever system of training is pursued, the leading branches should be laid in in the exact position they are to remain ; for, wherever...branch. It is thus robbed of part of its former vigour, whilst it seldom fails to throw out immediately behind the part most bent one or more vigorous shoots....
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement, Volume 2

John Claudius Loudon - Gardening - 1827
...will look workmanlike. Whatever system of training is pursued, the leading branches should be laid in in the exact position they are to remain ; for, wherever...branch. It is thus robbed of part of its former vigour, whilst it seldom fails to throw out immediately behind the part most bent one or more vigorous shoots....
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The Gardener's monthly volume, by G.W. Johnson [and others

Gardener, George William Johnson - 1847
...pursued, the leading branches should be laid in in the exact position they are to remain ; for whenever a large branch is brought down to fill the lower part...branch. It is thus robbed of part of its former vigour, whilst it seldom fails to throw out immediately behind the part most bent one or more vigorous shoots....
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Horticulturist

John Claudius Loudon - Gardening - 1849 - 732 pages
...will look workmanlike. Whatever system of training is pursued, the leading branches should be laid in in the exact position they are to remain ; for wherever...branch. It is thus robbed of part of its former vigour, whilst it seldom fails to throw out immediately behind the part most bent one or more vigorous shoots....
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The American Farmer's New and Universal Hand-Book

Practical Agriculturists - 1854
...regular as possible. Whatever system of training is pursued, the leading branches should be laid in in the exact position they are to remain ; for wherever...lower parts of the branch. It is thus robbed of part 40* FARMER'S HAND-BOOK. of its former vigor, whilst it seldom fails to throw out immediately behind...
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