Melvil Decimal System: 634.0
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Agriculture & Animal Husbandry
Handicraft and Occupations
Techniques, apparatus, equipment, materials
Pests; Hindrances; Blights; Insects
Crops Grown In Fields
Fruits; Orchards; Vineyards
Dairy: Milk, Butter, Cheese
Apples, Pears, Etc.
Berries, etc.; Bananas & Plantains, etc.
Grapes -- Viticulture
Works under MDS 634.0
- All About Growing Fruits, Berries, and Nuts (Ortho's All about) by Barbara Ferguson Stremple
- All about growing fruits & berries by Barbara Ferguson Stremple
- Origins of Fruits and Vegetables by Jonathan Roberts
- The Complete Book of Fruit Growing in Australia by Louis Glowinski
- Grow a Little Fruit Tree: Simple Pruning Techniques for Small-Space, Easy-Harvest Fruit Trees by Ann Ralph
- Backyard Fruits and Berries: Everything You Need to Know About Planting and Growing Fruits and Berries in Your Own Backyard by Miranda Smith
- Forgotten Fruits by Christopher Stocks
- Anno's Faces by Mitsumasa Anno
- Organic Orcharding: A Grove of Trees to Live In by Gene Logsdon
- Trees in Paradise: A California History by Jared Farmer
- The Orchard Almanac: A Seasonal Guide to Healthy Fruit Trees by Stephen Page
- Grafting Fruit Trees by Larry Southwick
- Grow Fruit Naturally: A Hands-On Guide to Luscious, Homegrown Fruit by Lee Reich
- Growing fruit in Australia by Paul Baxter
- Fruits of Bali by Fred B. Eiseman
- Allan Seale's garden book of fruit & berries by Allan Seale
- Modern Fruit Science by Norman F. Childers
- The Home Orchard by C. Ingels; P. Geisel; M. Norton
- What's Wrong With My Fruit Garden?: 100% Organic Solutions for Berries, Trees, Nuts, Vines, and Tropicals by David Deardorff
- Growing Fruit in the Upper Midwest by James Vance Marshall
- Guess What?—Fruit (Yonezu, Guess What?, board books) by Yusuke Yonezu
- The Fruits of the Earth by F.Bianchini and F.Corbetta
- Temperate Zone Pomology by Melvin Neil Westwood
- Success with Organic Fruit (Success With...) by Yvonne Cuthbertson
- Fruits of South-East Asia by Jacqueline M. Piper
- Fruits of Warm Climates by Julia F. Morton
- Concise Encyclopedia of Temperate Tree Fruit by Suman Singha
- Growing Fruits and Nuts in the South: The Definitive Guide by William D. Adams
- The Story of James Dole by Elizabeth Dole Porteus
- Growing Fruits in Hawaii Also Herbs, Nuts, and Seeds: A How-To Guide for the Gardener by Kathy Oshiro
- Western fruit, berries & nuts : how to select, grow, and enjoy by Robert L. Stebbins
- The Things That I LOVE about TREES by Chris Butterworth
- Florida's Best Fruiting Plants: Native and Exotic Trees, Shrubs, and Vines by Charles R. Boning
- Pruning by W J Allen
- Growing Fruit & Herbs Organically: Step by Step to Growing Success (Australian Self-Sufficiency Guides) by Liz Sinnamon
- Growing Fruits, Berries and Nuts: Southwest-Southeast by George Ray McEachern
- The handbook for fruit explorers by Ram Fishman
- Fruit and Berry Gardening for Canada by Alison Beck
- The Manual of Plant Grafting: The Practical Techniques for Ornamentals, Vegetables, and Fruit by Peter T. MacDonald
- Fruit for Australian gardens : a practical guide to growing fruit at home, organic methods included. by Paul Baxter
- Fruits & Berries of the Pacific Northwest by David C Flaherty
- Fruit: The Complete Pomona Britannica (Icons) by Uta Pellgru-gagel
- Pacific Northwest Berry Book: Finding, Identifying, And Preparing Berries Throughout The Pacific Northwest (Nuts and Berries Series) by Bob Krumm
- Grow Your Own Fruit by M. G. Kains
- The fruits of the Holy Land by Asaph Goor
- Under Fire: the West is Burning by tom fenske
- African Gardens and Orchards: Growing Vegetables and Fruit (Land & Life Series) by Hugues Dupriez
- Grow Your Own Fruit and Vegetables: Self-Sufficiency (The Self-Sufficiency Series) by Ian Cooke
- al-Mawsūʻah al-zirāʻīyah : al-fākihah wa-al-ashjār al-muthmirah by Muḥammad Zabin
- NEW ORCHARD & GARDEN (The English landscape garden) by William Lawson
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