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" I have been able to draw in the course of many years close attention to the subject on which I write. New varieties of every species of fruit will generally be better obtained by introducing the farina of one variety of fruit into the blossom of another,... "
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London - Seite 38
1820
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Bände 17-18

William Nicholson - 1807
...character of the leaves and growth of my plants, which yeai* old. are now in their third year, induce me to believe, that they will be capable of producing fruit at three or four 3'earr old. I shall finish my paper with stating a few conclusions, ' which I have been able to draw...
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The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1814
...changes in the character of the leaves and growth of my plants, which are now in their third year, induce me to believe, that they will be capable of producing...the subject on which I write. New varieties of every specjes of fruit will generally be better obtained by introducing the farina of one. variety of fruit...
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A Selection from the Physiological and Horticultural Papers

Thomas Andrew Knight - 1841 - 379 Seiten
...changes in the character of the leaves and growth of my plants, which are now in their third year, induce me to believe that they will be capable of producing...which I have been able to draw in the course of many years'1 close attention to the subject on which I write. New varieties of every species of fruit will...
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A selection from the physiological and horticultural papers, published in ...

Thomas Andrew Knight - 1841
...changes in the character of the leaves and growth of my plants, which are now in their third year, induce me to believe that they will be capable of producing...which I have been able to draw in the course of many years'1 close attention to the subject on which I write. New varieties of every species of fruit will...
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Science and Practice of Gardening, in which are Explained and Illustrated ...

G. W. Johnson - 1862 - 381 Seiten
...upon the seeds of fruit trees, yet they are equally applicable to the seeds of all cultivated plants. New varieties of every species of fruit will generally...obtained by introducing the farina of one variety into the blossom of another than by propagating from any single kind. When an experiment of this kind...
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Practical and Scientific Fruit Culture

Charles R. Baker - 1866 - 523 Seiten
...Lindley. The conclusions which Mr. Knight drew from a series of experiments in hybridization were, that " new varieties of every species of fruit will generally...obtained by introducing the farina of one variety into the blossom of another, than by propagating from any single sort. When an experiment of this kind...
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Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture

1900
...practical value of crossing and hybridizing in the production of plant varieties. In 1800 Knight said: "New varieties of every species of fruit will generally be better obtained by introdncing the farina of one variety of fruit into the blossoms of another, than by propagating any...
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Annual Report, Band 4

New York (State). Dept. of Agriculture - 1904
...Andrew Knight was the first to recognize the practical utility of the method. In 1806 Knight said: " New varieties of every species of fruit will generally be better obtained by introducing the farina (pollen) of one variety of fruit into the blossoms of another than by propagating any from a single...
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The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, Band 29

1922
...his experience, and afterwards confirmed by Darwin, and since called the Knight-Darwin law, was that, "new varieties of every species of fruit will generally be better obtained by introducing the farina (pollen) of one variety of fruit into the blossom of another, than by propagating from one single kind....
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The Journal of Heredity

1919
...his experience, and afterwards confirmed by Darwin, and since called the Knight-Darwin law, was that "new varieties of every species of fruit will generally be better obtained by introducing the farina (pollen) of one variety of fruit into the blossom of another, than by propagating from one single kind."...
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