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" ... and come into full bearing; that is, from the state of infancy to maturity; and it is this and other circumstances, by which the inquisitive eye is enabled to form the selection among those appearing likely to become valuable fruits. But from that... "
The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and ... - Page 61
1837
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 19-20

Industrial arts - 1801
...improvement, in the organization of the leaves, until that variety has stood, and grown sufficient to blossom and come into full bearing ; that is, from the state...selection among those appearing likely to become valuable valuable fruits. But from that time the new variety, or selected plant, compared with all the engraftments...
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Georgical Essays:

Alexander Hunter, Thomas Wilson (printer.), Robert Spence - Agriculture - 1804
...improvement, in the organization of the leaves, until that variety has stood, and grown sufficient to blofsom and come into full bearing ; that is, from the state...may be taken from it, or any of them, these shall show a most undeviating samenefs among themselves. It is readily allowed, that the different varieties...
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The Domestic Encyclopaedia: SNU-ZIZ

Anthony Florian Madinger Willich - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1804
...sufficient to blossom and coiwe into full bearing ; that is, frem the state of infancy to maturity ; antj it is this and other circumstances, by which the inquisitive...appearing likely to become valuable fruits. But from that among the twenty grafts, such time the new variety, or selected suckers or wilding shoots will conplant,...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 7-8

William Nicholson - Science - 1804
...and other circumftances, by which the inquifltive eye is enabled to form the feleflion among thofe appearing likely to become valuable fruits. But from that time the new variety, or felecled plant, compared with all the>engrafiments which may be laken from it, or any of them, thefe...
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The American Orchardist: Or, A Practical Treatise on the Culture and ...

James Thacher - Apples - 1822 - 226 pages
...organization of the leaves, until that variety has stood and grown sufficient to blossom and come to full bearing ; that is, from the state of infancy...valuable fruits. But from that time, the new variety, or select plant, being compared with all the engraftments which may be taken from it, or any of them,...
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The American Orchardist: Or, A Practical Treatise on the Culture and ...

James Thacher - Fruit-culture - 1822 - 226 pages
...appearing likely to become valuable fruits. But from that time, the new variety, or select plant, being compared with all the engraftments which may be taken from it, or any of them, these shall show a most undeviating sameness among themselves. The different varieties of fruit are easily distinguished...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volume 3

1837
...improvement, in the organization of the leaves, until that variety has stood, and grown sufficient to blossom and come into full bearing ; that is, from the state...variety, or selected plant, compared with all the engraftmenU which may be taken from it, or any of them, these shall shew a must undeviating sameness...
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Volume 3

Charles Mason Hovey - Gardening - 1837
...improvement, in the organization of the leaves, until that variety has stood, and grown sufficient to blossom and come into full bearing; that is, from the state...taken from it, or any of them, these shall shew a most undeviatiug sameness among themselves. It is readily allowed, that the different varieties of fruits...
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