Fruit Cultivars, History and Care
Fruit care in the Southeastern US Piedmont region by Anton Callaway.
Apple Portal, including: The Apples of New York by S.A. Beach, Southern Apples, South Dakota apples and more!
Apples in the Southeastern U.S. by Anton Callaway.
The Cherries of New York by U.P. Hedrick
The Cherries of Utah
by Francis Coe
Cherries in the Southeastby Anton Callaway.
The Grapes of New York by U.P. Hedrick
Grapes in the Southeast by Anton Callaway.
The Peaches of New York by U.P. Hedrick
Peaches in the Southeast by Anton Callaway.
The Pears of New York by U.P. Hedrick
Pears in the Southeastern U.S. by Anton Callaway.
Pear Breeding (from the Journal of Heredity. no author listed).
The Plums of New York by U.P. Hedrick
Plums in the Southeast by Anton Callaway.
Plums in South Dakota by N.E. Hansen
Pawpaws by Anton Callaway.
The Small Fruits of New York by U.P. Hedrick
Small Fruits in South Dakota (1927). Bulletin 224.
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 and 1937 - organized by Henry A. Wallace, Secretaries of Agriculture
Some of the Important Folks of Fruit Culture History by U.P. Hedrick, reassembled by Anton Callaway
Fruit Growing in Canada -William Saunders & T.A. Sharpe
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"They wandered about their lovely woods and copses, they sang their lovely songs; their fare was light — the fruits of their trees, the honey from their woods, and the milk of the animals who loved them." -Fyodor Dostoyevsky, from The Dream of a Ridiculous Man.
NOTE: Old texts are rendered as faithfully as possible within the limits of my curation time, attention to detail and OCR technology of the last 18 years. I've taken the liberty of correcting obvious spelling errors (though I've left spellings that were correct at the time of the document's creation). My insertions are marked within square brackets, [like this -ASC].