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" The idea that our bright American sun and clear atmosphere render pruning an almost unnecessary operation, has not only been inculcated by horticultural writers, but has been acted upon in practice to such an extent, that more than three-fourths of all... "
Pear Culture for Profit - Page 61
by Patrick T. Quinn - 1892 - 136 pages
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Barry's fruit garden

Patrick Barry - Fruit-culture - 1872 - 491 pages
...of this branch of culture. The idea that our bright American sun and clear atmosphere render priming an almost unnecessary operation, has not only been...upon in practice to such an extent, that more than three-fourths of all the bearing fruit trees in the country are at this moment either lean, misshaped...
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Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri, Volume 27

Missouri. State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1884
...pruning depends) be adapted to its particular habits of growth and mode of bearing its fruit. * * * The idea that our bright American sun and clear atmosphere...upon in practice to such an extent that more than three-fourths of all the bearing fruit trees in the country are at this moment either lean, misshaped...
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Bulletin - State College of Washington, Agricultural ..., Issues 21-45

Washington Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1896
...his "Barry's Fruit Garden" says: "The idea that our bright American sun and clear atmosphere renders pruning an almost unnecessary operation, has not only...upon in practice to such an extent, that more than three-fourths of all bearing fruit trees in the country are at this moment either lean, misshapen skeletons,...
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Annual Report of the Missouri State Board of Agriculture

Agriculture - 1884
...pruning depends) be adapted to its particular habits of growth and mode of bearing its fruit. * * * The idea that our bright American sun and clear atmosphere...upon in practice to such an extent that more than three-fourths of all the bearing fruit trees in the country are at this moment either lean, misshaped...
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