[nafex] Ribe Information?

Suzi Teghtmeyer srt175f at smsu.edu
Tue Feb 12 20:16:32 EST 2002


Tom,
Have you tried two plant/extension publication - specific search engines? 
The are:

E-answers, a searchable Web site that provides reliable, research-based 
information on a wide range of Extension or Outreach-oriented subjects. 
 From this source you can access the knowledge of Land Grant universities 
around the nation (USA).
(Searching for "ribes and culture" I got 13 hits of cultural info on 
currants and gooseberries.)
and...
PlantFacts has 2 databases to search:
Factsheet Database: Guides for answering plant-related questions from 46 
different universities and government institutions across the United States 
and Canada. Over 20,000 pages of Extension fact sheets and bulletins 
provide a concentrated source of plant-related information.

Research and Teaching information from 40 university departments across the 
United States. Over 20,000 pages related to admissions, degree 
requirements, career opportunties, research projects, and online courses. 
Professionals, amateurs, students, and teachers will find many useful 
materials.

I didn't try searching in the latter two, but they are also very good.

Books:
here at Evans Library we have 3 books that we look to on C&G:
(the best book we have on this is:
Small fruit crop management / Gene J. Galletta, editor, David G. Himelrick, 
editor, Lynda Chandler, illustrator.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice 
Hall, c1990.

Currants and gooseberries culture guide / Monique Audette and Michel J. 
Lareau.
Québec : Conseil des productions végétales du Québec, c1997.
Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Research Branch.

Small fruit culture, 5th edition / James S. Shoemaker.  Westport, Conn. : 
AVI Pub. Co., c1978.

The berry grower's companion / Barbara L. Bowling.  Imprint Portland, Or. : 
Timber Press, 2000.

Growing berries and currants :a directory of varieties and how to cultivate 
them successfully /
Author: Bird, Richard, 1942-; Whiteman, Kate. Publication: London : Lorenz, 
2002 (brand new-sight unseen!)

Hope this helps!
----Suzi Teghtmeyer
Librarian, Paul Evans Library of Fruit Science
Southwest Missouri State University Mtn. Grove Campus and Missouri Fruit 
Experiment Station
9740 Red Spring Rd, Mountain Grove, MO 65711
Phone: 417-926-4105, Fax: 417-926-6646,  email: srt175f at smsu.edu
URL: http://library.smsu.edu/paulevans/pelIndex.htm
Member: CBHL, USAIN, ALA, ACRL, IAALD

At 09:12 AM 11/21/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello All,
>
>Please excuse the cross posting, but I am hoping to get opinions from people
>who may not belong to both lists.
>
>I have spent a number of hours searching the Internet and online library
>catalogs looking for information on ribes and currants, and other than an
>occasional state/provincial fact sheet I can find no in-depth online
>information, or books that deal with this topic.
>
>If I was looking for "ribe eradication" I would be fine, but there does not
>seem to be any information that does more than scratch the surface in regards
>to this family of plants..
>
>Even the NAFEX library does not list a book on this topic.
>
>Does anyone know of a good in-depth resource for ribes and currants (online
>or book)?  Are ribes/currants just lumped in together with other small fruit?
>
>Thanks for any help you can offer.
>
>Regards,
>Tom
>--
>Thomas Olenio
>Ontario, Canada
>Hardiness Zone 6a


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