pomology

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In pomology, in particular, the fruits must be closely studied.

Of Dutch origin; first described in the Pomology of Knoop in 1766.

So far as now appears it is of no greater value to pomology than the type.

Seventy-nine books on grapes enrich the pomology of North America, not counting numerous state and national publications.

This is an old continental variety, but has been very little noticed by writers on Pomology.

From the beginning of the Seventeenth Century the history of the peach in France is common property to students of pomology.

The amateur cultivator may render essential service to pomology by this practice.

Success in many branches of horticulture and pomology, depends upon attention to the habits of insects.

All, howsoever interested in pomology, are dependent upon descriptions of fruits.

From these States, more particularly Oregon, several meritorious cherries have been added to pomology.

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