|Statement||By J. M. Merrick, jr.|
|LC Classifications||SB385 .M56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||11030986|
Title. The strawberry, and its culture: with a descriptive catalogue of all known varieties. By. Merrick, J. M. Type. Book Material. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. The strawberry, and its culture: with a descriptive catalogue of all known varieties Item Preview remove-circle. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Merrick, J.M. Strawberry, and its culture. Boston, J.E. Tilton and Co., (OCoLC) Online version. The strawberry, and its culture with a descriptive catalogue of all known varieties. This edition published in by J. E. Tilton and company in Boston.
The Strawberry And Its Culture. Description. This section is from the "American Horticultural Manual Vol1" book, by J. L. Budd. Also available from Amazon American Horticultural Manual, Part One (). Chapter XIX. The Strawberry And Its Culture. Some Historical Notes. Biology and Culture of Strawberries. Biology. The cultivated strawberry is a hybrid plant between two American species, Fragaria chiloensis of western North and. South America and Fragaria virginiana of eastern North America. The botanical name of the common cultivated strawberry is Fragaria × ananassa. The hybridization of the. In a page book titled quite simply The Strawberry (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, ) by renowned horticulturalist George M. Darrow, I found everything I needed to confirm my hunch that, indeed, in Catholic tradition, the strawberry was never considered a voluptuous or evil fruit, but rather something quite innocent and good. The fruit is very popular owing to its nutritional quality, color, aroma, texture and of course, its taste. Artificial flavoring is also used in cosmetics, hand sanitizers, candies, etc. United States is the world’s largest strawberry producer followed by Turkey, Spain, Egypt, Mexico and Poland.
The Strawberry Production Guide for the Northeast, Midwest, and Eastern Canada is dedicated to Dr. Gene Galletta, strawberry breeder at the United States Department of Agriculture–Agricultural Research Service laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland. Through his tireless efforts, Dr. Galletta released many strawberry varieties to the industry, in-. Books about Strawberries for Kids. It’s strawberry week here at our weekly kids unit study round-up! I’m showing you fun books about strawberries, and be sure to check out the links at the end of the post for fun strawberry themed activities by other great bloggers. Wilted explains how fumigating strawberries against fungal pathogens became part of a package with strawberry breeding, university science, land values, powerful distributors, and vulnerable, poorly compensated labor. If you are looking for a critical, multispecies description of the plantation condition today, this is the book to read. It was not until the late 's that garden strawberry made its way (back) to the Americas, and by strawberry production was well-established in the United States. One of the first popular cultivars was 'Hovey' introduced in by Charles Hovey, a fruit grower, plant breeder and writer from Massachusetts.