qqThis 1871 volume, a revision and enlargement by William Robinson of John Loudon's original text, is a classic work on the growth and management of fruits and vegetables.qqIt is spread over the parts with the blade of a knife or a flat piece of wood, like butter on bread. ... Clay and moss are objectionable, as the moist atmosphere of vineries causes the scion to root into them ; the use of this mastic checks the formation of such roots, and ensures success. ... The manual precautions necessary to success are: to fit the scion to the stock in such a manner that the union of their inneranbsp;...
|Author||:||John Loudon, William Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Applewood Books - 2009-01-01|