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" All fine fruits are artificial products ; the aim of nature, in a wild state, being only a healthy, vigorous state of the tree, and perfect seeds for continuing the species. It is the object of culture, therefore, to subdue, or enfeeble this excess of... "
The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America: Or, The Culture, Propagation, and ... - Página 6
de Andrew Jackson Downing - 1845 - 594 páginas
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Volumen 11

1845
...believes in the correctness of that theory, or in that of crossbreeding, now so generally adopted:— " All fine fruits are artificial products ; the aim...tendency is most strongly shown in the seeds borne by old fruit trees. And ' the older the tree is of any cultivated variety (if Pear,' says Dr. Van Mons, '...
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Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and ..., Volumen 11

Charles Mason Hovey - 1845
...correctness of that theory, or in that of crossbreeding, now so generally adopted: — " All fine fruitsare artificial products ; the aim of nature, in a wild...tendency is most strongly shown in the seeds borne by old fruit trees. And ' the older the tree is of any cultivated variety of Pear,' says Dr. Van Mons, ' the...
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Annual Report

American Institute of the City of New York - 1854
...vigorous state of the tree, and perfect seeds for continuing the species. It is the object of culture to subdue or enfeeble this excess of vegetation, to...tendency is most strongly shown in the seeds borne by old fruit trees, and the " older the tree is of any cultivated variety of pear," says Van Mons, " the nearer...
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Popular Errors about Plants

Arthur Alger Crozier - 1891 - 169 páginas
...products; the aim of nature in a wild state being only the production of a healthy and vigorous plant, with perfect seeds for continuing the species. It is the...tendency in our varieties of fruit trees to return, when propagated by seed, to the wild state. This tendency is most strongly shown in seedlings raised...
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Text-book of Pomology

Joseph Harvey Gourley - 1922 - 380 páginas
...healthy vigorous tree, and perfect seeds for continuing the species. It is the object of cultivation, therefore, to subdue or enfeeble this excess of vegetation;...and increase the size of the flesh or pulp. There is a tendency for fruit-trees to return, by means of their seed, to a wild state, and such a tendency...
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The Missouri Yearbook of Agriculture: Annual Report, Volúmenes 9-13

Missouri. State Board of Agriculture - 1878
...localities. 4. But few improved varieties of oar fruits in this country can be propagated by seeds. a. "There is always a tendency in our varieties of fruit...to return, by their seeds, towards a wild state." — Downing. J. Dr. Lindley has attributed this very marked natural tendency of our fruits to return...
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