A View Of The Cultivation Of Fruit Trees And The Management Of Orchards And Cider ebook
by William Coxe
This book is one man's experiences, observations, and experiments of apple trees and cider-making from the very late 1700's . Science and agriculture has come a long way in the last 200 years since this book was written.
This book is one man's experiences, observations, and experiments of apple trees and cider-making from the very late 1700's until about 1820. This is a reprint of his original work, published about 1820 or so. While it is an important piece in relation to that timeframe in American orchards, it should absolutely not be used as any type of reference in regards to growing, pests, fertilization, etc. This product shows a very recent date of publishing which is very misleading.
By William Coxe, Es. Of Burlington, Ne. . Встречается в книгах (16) с 1817 по 1999. Стр. ii - An Act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned. Встречается в книгах (6) с 1817 по 2007.
William Coxe Jr. (May 3, 1762 – February 25, 1831) was a pioneer pomologist and a . Representative from New Jersey. He served as Mayor of Burlington, New Jersey. His A View of Cultivation of Fruit Trees, and the Management of Orchards and Cider (1817) was the first book on pomology written by an American or about American fruit trees. The illustrated book, more than 250 pages in length, had chapters on apples, pears, quince, peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines, and cherries. It included historical discussions and descriptions of both tree and the fruit. He died in Burlington, New Jersey, on February 25, 1831. He was interred in St. Mary's Churchyard.
M. Carey and son, 1817 - 253 Seiten.
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"Pomologist William Coxe (1762-1831) is considered to be one of the foremost fruit growers in America. At his home in Burlington, NJ, he experimented with new varieties of fruits, many based on the specimens he collected both in the United States and abroad. This 1817 work is considered by many to be the authoritative work on fruit culture of the colonial and revolutionary periods.
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