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Group classification and varietal descriptions of some American potatoes

Stuart, William

Group classification and varietal descriptions of some American potatoes

by Stuart, William

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

  • Potatoes

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    Contribution from the Bureau of plant industry.

    StatementBy William Stuart ...
    SeriesU.S. Dept. of agriculture -- Bulletin no. 176
    LC ClassificationsSB211.P8 S78 no. 176
    The Physical Object
    Pagination56 p.
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25484553M
    LC Control Number15000353

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    The Herding Group, created in , is the newest AKC classification; its members were formerly members of the Working Group. All breeds share the fabulous ability to control the movement of other.   The importance of Russet Burbank, the world’s foremost French fry processing cultivar, requires a complete description of its origin. Its maternal lineage included Rough Purple Chili, Garnet Chili, Early Rose, and Burbank. An incorrect but widely disseminated account attributes the origin of Russet Burbank to Colorado potato grower Lou D. Sweet, with often given as the date of .

    For varieties not subject to Plant Breeders Rights (i.e. freely available) the agent will normally be shown as GB Seed Industry. British seed producers of these varieties can be found by clicking on the the links to the Scottish or English Seed Potato Registers. If available, these links appear as national flags on variety description pages. Gemstones of the World: A book by Robert Schumann. Over one million copies sold. Peridot is the gem variety of olivine. Derived from the mantle and rarely from meteorites. Serpentine - a group of metamorphic minerals used as gems and architectural stone.

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