The American Orchardist: Or, A Practical Treatise on the Culture and Management of Apple and Other Fruit Trees, with Observations on the Diseases to which They are Liable, and Their Remedies. To which is Added the Most Approved Method of Manufacturing and Preserving Cider, and Also Wine from Apple Juice and Currants. Adapted to the Use of American Farmers, and All Lovers and Cultivators of Fine Fruit
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