Legislative Document Volume 22

Legislative Document Volume 22

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...parent of numerous seedlings fruited by Mr. Smith. Cincincis. 1876. shaded with dull crimson; flesh greenish, rather coarse, juicy, melting, sugary, ViI10115, m1$k' 800d; Aug. and Sept. Citron d'Hyver. 1. Miller Gard. Diet. 3: 1807. Fruit medium to large, "in shape and color very like an orange or citron; " flesh hard and dry, gritty; good baking pear; Dec. to Mar. Citron de Saint Paul. 1. Leroy Diet. Pom. 1:566. 1867. 2. l/Ias Pom. Gen. 4:29, fig. 207. 1879. From a seed bed of M. de la Farge in the Commune of Salers, Cantal, Fr. It was first published in 1856. Fruit below medium, ovate, obtuse and bossed, golden-yellow, dotted all over with bright green; flesh whitish, fine, melting, juicy, rather gritty; juice very abundant, sugary, sweet and deliciously perfumed; first; Sept. ' Citron de Sierentz. 1. Knoop Fruciologie 1:103, 13 5, P1. V. 1771. 2. Mas Pom. Gen. 61101, fig. 435. 1880. ' The Horticultural Society of Angers received some grafts of this variety in 1836 with the information that it originated in the small village of Sierentz, near Mulhausen, Alsace. Knoop, however, describing it in 1771 under the name of Citron de Sirene gives it various Flemish synonyms. Fruit small to medium, turbinate or globular-ovate and slightly pyriform, bright yellow or greenish-yellow, dotted with russet and some brownish-fawn markings passing often to olive-brown and slightly vermilion on the side of the sun; flesh white, coarse, breaking, juicy, sugary, acid, savory; second; July and Aug. Citronnee. 1. Leroy Dial. Pom. 1:568, fig. 1867. 2. Guide Prat. 71, 245. 1895. This is practically identical with the pear found by Diel and described by him in 1806 under the name Rothbackige Citronatbime. Fruit below...show more

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  • Paperback | 324 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 581g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236848535
  • 9781236848536