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    • Elderberries 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University, 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, planting, fertilizing, weed control, pruning, diseases and pests, harvest
    • Grapes 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Merwin, Ian; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, purchasing or propagating vines, site selection, planting and early care, fertilizing, pruning and training young vines, pruning mature vines, pruning neglected vines, training vines to an arbor, diseases ...
    • The Great American Peanut 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1994-06)
      Journey across the globe in 1851 with Samuel Purvis and learn about the peanut and the people who grow it. Activities and experiments are open-ended to allow for individual interpretations of findings. Interesting peanut ...
    • Hardy Kiwifruit 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Merwin, Ian; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, propagation, site selection and soil preparation, planting, trellising, pruning and mulching, fertilization, harvest.
    • The Humble Potato 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1995-09)
      Join 3 imaginary children from different parts of the world (the Inca Empire, Ireland and Long Island) as they reveal their relationship with the potato through their history, celebrations, cultivation techniques and ...
    • In-Touch Science: Plants & Engineering 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Greenstein, Doreen; Ludgate, Raylene; Tennessen, Dan (2008-10-07)
      In-Touch Science is a hands-on science program developed by the Cornell Cooperative Extension for children in grades 3-5 (aged 8-11). The program helps children -communicate what they are observing and learning -understand ...
    • More Minor Fruits 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Merwin, Ian; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, propagation, site selection, planting, trellising, persimmons, pawpaws, mulberries, juneberries, highbush cranberries, Cornelian cherries, beach plums, buffaloberries, quinces, fertilization, harvest.
    • Radishes to Riches - Leader's Guide 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (2008-03-07)
      ?Radishes to Riches? is a project guide book designed for advanced students that focuses on raising and marketing fruits, vegetables, herbs, or flower crops. It takes students beyond the exercise of selection and display, ...
    • Rice Grain of the Ancients 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1996-07)
      Explore rice growing through the letters of an imaginary pen pal named Lanlan Chen in northern China. Students will come to understand why rice is so important to the people of Southeast Asia through Lanlan's letters, ...
    • Strawberries 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Merwin, Ian; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, buying plants, site selection, growing methods, planting and early care, managing your planting, diseases and pests, day-neutral strawberries, harvest.
    • The Three Sisters 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2000-02)
      The legend of the Three Sisters sets the stage for students to engage in an exploration of the culture and practices of the Iroquois through a gardening method that embraces the concept of botanical diversity. This method ...
    • The Three Sisters 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2000-02)
      The legend of the Three Sisters sets the stage for students to engage in an exploration of the culture and practices of the Iroquois through a gardening method that embraces the concept of botanical diversity. This method ...
    • Tree Fruits 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Merwin, Ian; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steve (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, rootstocks, nursery stock, planting, managing grass and weeds, fertilizing, pruning and training basics, training and pruning young apple and pear trees, pruning bearing apple and pear trees, rejuvenating ...