Miscellaneous Fruits in the Southeastern U.S. by Anton Callaway.
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 224. Plant Introductions. 1927. by N.E. Hansen
Rest and Dormancy in Fruit Species
USDA Yearbook Portal with entries from: 1862 & 1865―organized by Isaac Newtown; 1908―James Wilson; 1915―David Franklin Houston; 1926 & 1928―W.M. Jardine; 1935 & 1937―Henry A. Wallace, and 1943-47―Clinton P. Anderson, Secretaries of Agriculture
Some of the Important Folks of Fruit Culture History by U.P. Hedrick, reassembled by Anton Callaway
Kentucky Agriculture Publications
Fruit Growing in Canada -William Saunders & T.A. SharpeConstructive Comments and Suggestions are Welcome! See our Blog! (This is a hobby for me, so please be patient. I may not respond quickly, but I will read every post. -Anton)
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