1 edition of The manner of raising, ordering; and improving forest and fruit-trees found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Moses Cook ... Whereunto is now added, that ingenious treatise of Mr. Gabriel Plattes, viz. A discovery of subterranean treasure|
|Contributions||Plattes, Gabriel, fl. 1638-1640|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8, 204 p., 4 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||204|
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The manner of raising, ordering, and improving forest and fruit-trees: also, how to plant, make and keep woods, walks, avenues, lawns, hedges, &c., with several figures in copper-plates, proper for the same: also rules and tables shewing how the ingenious planter may measure superficial figures, with rules how to divide woods or land, and how to measure timber and other solid bodies, either.
The manner of raising, ordering; and improving forest and fruit-trees; also, how to plant, make and keep woods, walks, avenues, lawns, hedges, &c., with several Pages: Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - The manner of raising, ordering; and improving forest and fruit-trees; also, how to plant, make and keep woods, walks, avenues, lawns, hedges, &c., with several figures in copperplates, proper for the same.
Moses Cook. Moses Cook was a gardener active in the mid- to lateth century. He was a partner in the Brompton Park nursery which he helped to found in and from which he retired in and was the author of The Manner of Raising, Ordering, and Improving Forest and Fruit-Trees: Also, How to Plant, Make and Keep Woods, Walks, Avenues, Lawns, Hedges, etc., first published in London.
Amongst the William Blyth Gerish Collection at the National Archives, Hertfordshire Archives and local Studies, in the collection WATFORD D/EGr/80 undated is listed “Moses Cook, writer of a book The Manner of Raising, Ordering and Improving Forest and Fruit Trees, how to.
Cook, Moses -THE MANNER OF RAISING, ORDERING AND IMPROVING FOREST-TREES: With Directions How to Plant, Make, and Keep Woods, Walks, Avenues, Lawns, Hedges, &c. Also Rules and Tables Shewing How the Ingenious Planter May Measure Superficial Figures, Divide Woods or Land, and Measure Timber and Other Solid Bodies.
Rare Books on Arboriculture. "A Treatise of Fruit-Trees Shewing the Manner of Grafting, Planting, Pruning, and Ordering of them in all Respects" by Ralph Austen "The Manner of Raising, Ordering, and Improving Forest-Trees" by Moses Cook.
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He helps run Orchard Link, an organization that supports orchard owners and /5(76). Moses Cook, writer of a book The Manner of Raising, Ordering and Improving Forest and Fruit Trees, how to plant, make and keep woods, Walks, Avenues, Lawns, Hedges etc Gardner to the Earl of Essex at Cassiobury Philip Goodwin of Watford curate of St Andrews Hertford in In appointed minister of Watford Parish church.
The Fruit Tree Handbook is fairly hefty for a paperback but fruit growing is a big topic and deserves the space. All too often 'top fruit' [apples, pears, plums etc] is relegated to a couple of chapters in a general fruit book, losing out to the easy virtues of strawberries and other soft fruit.
- The members of the Fruit Tree Guild support the fruit tree in numerous ways: by luring beneficial insects for pollination, boosting soil tilth & fertility, reducing root competition, conserving water, balancing fungal population to counter disease, diversifying the yield of food, creating habitat, & several other functions.
The result is a healthier tree & a varied ecology. Buy Growing Fruit Trees: Novel Concepts and Practices for Successful Care and Management by Lespinasse, Jean–marie, Leterme, Évelyne (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10). [E]ssential. [E]xtraordinarily helpful. [A] beautiful book, not only in its abundant color photographs and diagrams, but also in its approach to the care of fruit trees.
[A] lovely and useful book. Englewood Review of Books [P]erfect for gardeners and horticultural libraries alike.
Midwest Book ReviewBrand: Norton, W. & Company, Inc. 4 Choosing fruit trees, 5 Planning your orchard, 6 Buying and planting trees, PART TWO: Fruit tree management, 7 Caring for your trees, 8 Pruning fruit trees, 9 Problems of fruit trees, PART THREE: The fruits, 10 Apples, 11 Pears, 12 Plums, 13 Cherries, 14 Peaches and nectarines, 15 Apricots, 16 Other fruits, PART FOUR: Traditional orchards,Brand: UIT Cambridge.
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Sylva, or, A discourse of forest-trees and the propagation of timber in His Majesties dominions as it was deliver'd in the Royal Society the XVth of October, [MDCLXII]: to which is annexed Pomona, or, An appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cider: the making and several ways of ordering it, published by express order of the Royal Society: also, Kalendarium hortense, or, The gard.
Anyone can easily multiply their own rare and heritage fruit trees and shrubs for selling, sharing or growing their own mini-orchard. This handbook shows you how. Covering such topics as propagation by seeds, suckers, layers, cuttings, eye-cuttings, root-cuttings and division, this book utilises the vast knowledge of 19th century writer David.
Agriculturae.I nt h es a m e period, Moses Cook wrote on The Manner of Raising, Ordering and Improving Forrest-Trees which is considered one of the most inﬂuential works on silviculture (Sharp. Jun 4, - The members of the Fruit Tree Guild support the fruit tree in numerous ways: by luring beneficial insects for pollination, boosting soil tilth & fertility, reducing root competition, conserving water, balancing fungal population to counter disease, diversifying the yield of food, creating habitat, & several other functions.
The result is a healthier tree & a varied ecology. In Austen published A Treatise on Fruit-trees, showing the manner of grafting, setting, pruning, and ordering of them in all respects, and along with it a long pamphlet on the Spiritual Use of an Orchard.
Austen made researches in the Bodleian Library, and wrote fuller accounts of pruning and grafting than had been in print. One encouragement to publish was the success of Walter Blith's.
World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) researchers have launched a novel approach to tackle the problem of micronutrient deficiencies, also known as ‘hidden hunger.’ The fruit tree portfolio approach involves cultivating a set of fruit trees on farms, which is carefully designed to supply nutritious fruits to eat throughout the year, for diverse diets and improved health.A Treatise of Fruit-Trees, Shewing the manner of Grafting, Setting, Pruning, and Ordering of them in all respects Oxford: [L.
Lichfield] for Thomas Robinson, Two parts in one, 4to. Engraved title, engraved by J Goddard. [26, including title], 97, [1, blank]; , 41, [1, blank]pp (with errors in pagination as issued).