[nafex] FW: SBLD - Fruits of Warm Climates

Lon J. Rombough lonrom at hevanet.com
Sat Dec 15 17:19:49 EST 2001


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From: "Scott D. Russell" <srussell at OU.EDU>
To: BOTLINX at LISTS.OU.EDU
Subject: SBLD - Fruits of Warm Climates
Date: Sat, Dec 15, 2001, 1:36 PM


December 14, 2001
Fruits of Warm Climates
http://newcrop.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/

This site is an online version of the print text "Fruits of Warm
Climates" -- an ethnobotanical classic from 1987 by Julia F. Morton.
With over 120 species (and countless varieties) in 36 families, this
presents a wealth of information about flowering plant fruit crops.
Each species includes descriptions, origin & distribution, varieties,
pollination, climate, soil, propagation,
culture, yield, harvesting &
ripening, keeping quality, pests & diseases, food uses, toxicity and
other uses. This includes oranges, bananas, guava, dates, figs, other
familiar fruits, and some fruits that may yet prove useful as new
crops. An excellent fruit reference site by the Center for New Crops &
Plant Products, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. (****) -S

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