The book has section on The Production of New Varieties of Fruit, Propagation of Varieties, Grafting, Budding, Cuttings, Layers and Suckers, Pruning, The Position of Fruit-Trees - Soil and Aspect, general Remarks on Insects, and more. The main focus of the book is on Apples.
This lofty tome at over 500 pages is a must-have for all those interested in Orchard Culture in particular and the historical aspect of horticulture in America in general.
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