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The Origins of Fruits, Fruit Growing, and Fruit Breeding Jules Janick Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Purdue University 625 Agriculture Mall Drive West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2010 I. INTRODUCTION A. The Origins of Agriculture B . O r i g i n s o f F r u i t C u l t u r e i n t h e F e r t i l e C r e s c e n t II. THE HORTICULTURAL ARTS A. Species Selection B. Vegetative Propagation C . P o l l i n a t i o n a n d F r u i t S e t D. Irrigation
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Unformatted text preview: E. Pruning and Training F. Processing and Storage III. ORIGIN, DOMESTICATION, AND EARLY CULTURE OF FRUIT CROPS A. Mediterranean Fruits 1. Date Palm 2. Olive 3 . G r a p e 4. Fig 5. Sycomore Fig 6. Pomegranate B. Central Asian Fruits 1. Pome Fruits 2. Stone fruits C. Chinese and Southeastern Asian Fruits 1. Peach 1...
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