Systematic Pomology: Treating of the Description, Nomenclature, and Classification of Fruits (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Systematic Pomology: Treating of the Description, Nomenclature, and Classification of Fruits
Yet the [three branches are easily separated. It is no uncommon thing to find a man who knows at a glance all the leading varieties Of apples or plums, with their correct names, and who is yet not capable Of growing any of the varieties successfully. That man would be a good systematic pomologist, but a poor prac tical one. The next man may be able to grow the finest grades of fruit, and yet be unable to market it at a profit. Such a man would be strong on practical pomology, but weak on the commercial side.
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