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    • LIBERTY, a new disease resistant apple 

      Lamb, Robert; Aldwinckle, Herb; Way, Roger; Terry, David (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1978-08)
      At first, the objective of this project was resistance to apple scab only, but it soon became clear that when apples were grown without any chemical disease control, the other major diseases (cedar apple rust, fire ...
    • Peach and nectarine varieties for New York State 

      Lamb, Robert; Terry, David (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1973-05)
      Judicial selection of peach and nectarine varieties is the key to a successful planting. Time devoted to studying the available varieties before planting is likely to be well spent. Variety characteristics, such as yield, ...
    • Peach and Nectarine Varieties in New York State 

      Brown, Susan; Lamb, Robert; Terry, David (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1986)
      There is a wide array of peach and nectarine varieties available on the market. Specific varietal characteristics should be considered before establishing a planting. Attributes such as production, hardiness, quality, ...
    • Sweet and Tart Cherry Varieties: Descriptions and Cultural Recommendations 

      Brown, Susan; Way, Roger; Terry, David (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1989)
      The 1985 Orchard and Vineyard Survey by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets listed 257 sweet cherry orchards in New York State with total acreage estimated at 1,073 acres. Cultivars being grown ...