The New England Fruit Book

The New England Fruit Book

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Manning and Ives's 1844 guide is a complete source of botanical and growing information on fruits that can be cultivated in the New England region.The varieties best known, and most generally in use are, whip, or tongue grafting, side, or bark grafting, cleft grafting, and ... top deep enough to receive the scion, which should be cut sloping, like a wedge, so as to fit the slit made in the stock.

Title:The New England Fruit Book
Author: Robert Manning, John Ives
Publisher:Applewood Books - 2009-01-01

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