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Title  [The walnut]
Publisher  Sacramento, Calif. : Jos. M. Anderson Co.
Date  ca. 1910
Description  1 book ; 7 x 6 in.
Subject(s)  Anderson-Price Nursery Co. (2), Fruit trees--California--Sacramento (1), Trees--California--Sacramento (2), Walnuts (4), Sacramento (Calif.) (782)

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Summary  In 1909 it was estimated that California provided about one-half of the 12,000 tons of walnuts grown annually in the United States. The California Black Walnut, a tree native to the state and already acclimated to the Sacramento summers, provided the starter stock for growing in the state. Graftings from eastern varieties made available through local dealers combined with the native trees to yield plentiful and profitable crops quickly. Joseph Anderson was partner in a nursery business at 416 "J" Street with author E. M. Price and published this book on the thriving industry and sold it for one dollar.
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Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
Copyright  Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
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SPE 634.51 P945 1910 SAA

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