Gould was a Pomologist, and Darrow a Scientific Assistant at the Office of Horticultural and Pomological Investigation.
The book features sections on Why the Home Fruit Garden, Obtaining Nursery Stock, Preparation of the Soil, Planting, Varieties of Fruit From Different Regions, and more.
This super-short, fast-read is a must-have for all fruit-growing enthusiasts, and collectors of these informative old government Bulletins.
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