Catalogue of Fruit Trees Under Test at the Experimental Farm at Agassiz, British Columbia

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Government printing bureau, 1900 - 75 pages

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Page 1914 - Winter. APPLES PREFERRED FOR COMMERCIAL ORCHARDS. Of the apples that have yet fruited on the Experimental Farm, the following would be preferred for winter, if planting a commercial orchard : — SALOME.
Page 1882 - Tree a vigorous grower. Fruit of medium size, roundish, conical. Skin nearly covered with dark red, and sprinkled with whitish dots. Flesh white, juicy, tender, pleasant, mildly acid, quality good. Season January and February. 498.— Ingram. Planted Spring 1894. Tree a vigorous grower. Fruit below medium size, roundish, oblate. Skin green, nearly covered with splashes of red, and sprinkled with whitish dots. Flesh yellowish white, crisp, juicy, a pleasant sub-acid, quality good. Season midwinter....
Page 1896 - Buckingham. Planted Spring 1895. Tree a vigorous grower. Fruit above medium size, oblate, conical. Skin greenish yellow, mostly covered with light and dark red and sprinkled with brown dots. Flesh yellowish, coarse, breaking, juicy, mildly sub-acid, quality very good. Season November and December. 157. — Buda. In nursery. 158.— Buncombe. Planted Spring 1896.

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