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Identifier: yoa1906
Title: Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture 1906
Year: 1907 (1900s)
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Subjects: Weather United States Soil surveys United States Birds, Injurious and beneficial United States Fruit juices United States Sugar beet United States Corn United States Fruit United States Tobacco industry United States Dairying United States
Publisher: U.S. G.P.O
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library


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*•> t- -4&4£vttls Josephine Persimmon. Yearbook U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1906. Plate XXXI.

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9.G& Ct0d7^T~O?<s ■ Chappelow Avocado. AHOCM*CO BALTIMORE PROMISING NEW FBTJITS. 365 stem stout; surface undulating, smooth, glossy; color dull purple,with reddish-brown dots; apex a mere dot; skin very thin, tender,adhering closely; flesh pale greenish-yellow, buttery; seed large inproportion to size of fruit, roundish conical, filling internal cavity;flavor pleasant, though less rich than the best varieties of the WestIndian type. Season, July to October at Monrovia, Cal. The tree is a vigorous, rather diffuse grower, with slender wood. Itis productive, although being an early bloomer it is sometimes caughtby frost. It is considered worthy of testing in the thermal belts ofsouthern California, and for domestic use along the northern edge ofthe avocado districts of Florida, where its superior hardiness is likelyto outweigh the disadvantages of relatively small size and early timeof ripening. The specimen illustrated on Plate XXXI was grown on the originaltree on the grounds


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