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S Agriculture (Go to start of category)
SB Plant Culture (Go to start of category)
SB324.73 [Info] Vegetables and Fruits: A Guide to Heirloom Varieties and Community-Based Stewardship (3 volumes, 1998), by Suzanne DeMuth (HTML at
SB331 .L87 1912 [Info] Cabbage and Cauliflower for Profit (Philadelphia: W. A. Burpee and Co., 1912), by J. M. Lupton (page images at HathiTrust)
SB349 .L78 1998 [Info] Livingston and the Tomato (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1998), by A. W. Livingston, ed. by Andrew F. Smith (PDF at Ohio State)
SB351 .H5 C63 1939 [Info] Magic Gardens: A Modern Chronicle of Herbs and Savory Seeds (New York: Macmillan, 1939), by Rosetta E. Clarkson (page images at HathiTrust)
SB351 .H5 E83 1937 [Info] Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets (Brooklyn: Pub. by the Women's Auxiliary, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1937), by John Evelyn, contrib. by Helen Morgenthau Fox (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
SB351 .H5 K25 [Info] Old-Time Herbs for Northern Gardens (Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1938), by Minnie Watson Kamm (page images at HathiTrust)
SB354 .M65 [Info] Bulletin (Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station) (partial serial archives)
SB354.3 .D48 1902 [Info] Bericht über die Verhandlungen der XVI. Allgemeinen Versammlung Deutscher Pomologen und Obstzüchter, und der Generalversammlung des Deutschen Pomologen-Vereins in Stettin, vom 2-4 Oktober 1902 (in German; Stettin: Buchdruckerei der "Pommerschen Reichspost", 1903)
SB355 .E47 [Info] Hand-Book for Fruit Growers: Containing a Short History of Fruits and Their Value, Instructions as to Soils and Locations, How to Grow From Seeds, How to Bud and Graft, the Making of Cuttings, Pruning, Best Age for Transplanting, Etc., Etc.; With a Condensed List of Varieties Suited to Climate (Rochester, NY: D. M. Dewey, 1876), by F. R. Elliott (page images at Cornell)
SB355 .G73 1877 [Info] How to Raise Fruits: A Handbook of Fruit-Culture (New York: S. R. Wells and Co., 1877), by Thomas Gregg (page images at Cornell)
SB355 .K3 [Info] Home Fruit Grower (New York: A. T. De La Mare, 1918), by M. G. Kains (multiple formats at
SB355 .S8 [Info] Fruit Culture and the Laying Out and Management of a Country Home (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1885), by W. C. Strong
SB355 .T455 1885 [Info] The American Fruit Culturist (thoroughly revised edition; New York: W. Wood and Co., 1885), by John J. Thomas (multiple formats at
SB356 .B38 1909 [Info] Fruit Ranching in British Columbia (London: A. and C. Black, 1909), by J. T. Bealby, illust. by R. M. McQuarrie and N. Brydges (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Canada)
SB356 .H6 1860 [Info] The Fruit Manual: Containing the Descriptions and Synonymes of the Fruits and Fruit Trees Commonly Met With in the Gardens and Orchards of Great Britain (London: Cottage Gardener Office, 1860), by Robert Hogg (multiple formats at Google)
SB356 .H6 1884 [Info] The Fruit Manual: A Guide to the Fruits and Fruit Trees of Great Britain (fifth edition; London: Journal of Horticulture Office, 1884), by Robert Hogg (multiple formats at
SB356 .S357 1873 [Info] Scott's Orchardist: or, Catalogue of Fruits, Cultivated at Merriott, Somerset (portions apparently copied from Hogg's Fruit Manual; second edition; London: H.M. Pollett, ca. 1873), by John Scott, contrib. by Robert Hogg (page images at HathiTrust)
SB357 .B74 1896 [Info] Haandbog i Dansk Pomologi (3 volumes in 2; in Danish; Odense: Hempelske Bog- og Papirhandel (J.C. Dreyer.), 1890-1896), by Hans Christian Bredsted (page images at HathiTrust)
SB357 .H3 [Info] Les Préférables Parmi les Meilleures Poires et Pommes, par Ordre de Maturité Successive pour Toute la Saison: ou, Guide de l'Amateur, Contenant le Nom, l'Origine, la Description, le Mode de Culture, et l'Époque de Maturité, Avec Notices Pomologiques (in French; Gand: E. Vanderhaeghen, 1877), by Victor Hage (page images at HathiTrust)
SB359 .M76 [Info] Fruits of Warm Climates, by Julia F. Morton (illustrated HTML at Purdue)
SB363 .B13 [Info] The Apple-Tree (Open Country Books #1; New York: Macmillan, 1922), by L. H. Bailey (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, and page images)
SB363 .T55 [Info] Wild Apples, by Henry David Thoreau
SB 363.W26 [Info] American Pomology: Apples (New York: O. Judd and Co., c1867), by J. A. Warder (page images at Cornell)
SB371 .F96 [Info] Peach Culture (New York: O. Judd and Co., 1870), by J. Alexander Fulton
SB373 .M62 [Info] Die Mostbirnen: Beschreibung der in Österreich am Häfigsten Angepflanzten Mostbirnensorten (in German; Vienna: F. Sperl, 1913), by Josef Löschnig and Österreichische Obstbau- und Pomologen-Gesellschaft (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)

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