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Fruit-Growing and Research


    THE application of scientific methods and principles is steadily gaining ground in fruit culture as in other branches of agriculture, and the numerous publications on the subject provide evidence of a widening interest in the matter, both as regards the scientific and the practical worker.


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      Annual Report of the Agricultural and Horticultural Research Station, Long Ashton, 1921.

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      Grubb, N. H. (1921), Journal of Pomology, 11., No. 2.

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      Hatton, H. G. (1921), Journal of Pomology, 11., No. 4.

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      Hatton, H. G., 1921, Journ. Roy. Agric. Soc., England.

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      Collected Leaflets on Fruit, 1921. Sectional volumes, No. 4. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries.

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