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Bulletins

Bulletin 1. Preliminary Report on Bitter Rot or Ripe Rot of Apples. Stinson, J.T. February 1901.
Bulletin 2. Notes on Spraying for Bitter Rot. Stinson, J.T. March 1902.
Bulletin 3. Varieties of Apples and Peaches. Stinson, J.T. June 1902.

[Apples: Ingram, Nixonite (Ozark Mammoth), Payne's Keeper, Ben Davis, Gano, Jonathan, Grimes Golden, Arkansas (Mammoth Black Twig), Winesap, Huntsman (Huntman's Favorite), York Imperial, Rawle's Janet (Jeniton), Rome Beauty, Willow Twig, Lowell.
Peaches: Champion, Elberta, Salway].

Bulletin 4. Winter Treatment of Orchards and Remarks on Cultivation. Faurot, F.W. Stinson, J.T. September 1902.
Bulletin 5. Notes on Spraying and Spray Machinery. Faurot, F.W. Stinson, J.T. December 1902.
Bulletin 6. Report on Fungous Diseases Occurring on Cultivated Fruits During the Season of 1902. Faurot, F.W. March 1903.
Bulletin 7. Strawberry Culture. Evans, P. Faurot, F.W. June 1903.
Bulletin 8. Commercial Orchards of Southern Missouri. Horsfall, F. September 1903.
Bulletin 9. Orchard Enemies. Horsfall, F. December 1903.
Bulletin 10. Fruit Buds. Evans, P. November 1904.
Bulletin 11. Peach Rosette. Evans, P. June 1904.
Bulletin 12. Peach Industry of South Missouri. Evans, P. September 1904.
Bulletin 13. Commercial Fertilizers. Evans, P. December 1905.
Bulletin 14. Preliminary Experiments in Dipping Nursery Stock. Faurot, F.W. January 1906.
Bulletin 15. Demonstration Spraying for Bitter Rot and Codling Moth. Faurot, F.W. December 1906.
Bulletin 16. Fruit Tree Diseases and Fungicides. Rolfs, F.M. March 1907.
Bulletin 17. Winter Killing of Twigs, Cankers, and Sun Scald of Peach Trees. Rolfs, F.M. May 1910.
Bulletin 18. Scale Insects of the Orchards of Missouri. Taylor, E. P. November 1908.
Bulletin 19. Spraying Versus Dusting. Faurot, F.W. December 1908.
Bulletin 20. Spraying Machinery. Faurot, F.W. December 1908.
Bulletin 21. Spraying Apples for Curculio and Codling Moth. Taylor, E. P. November 1909.
Bulletin 22. Spraying Machinery. Faurot, F.W. March 1912.
Bulletin 23. Common Orchard Troubles, Spray Mixtures and Spray Calendar. Faurot, F.W. December 1912.
Bulletin 24. Biennial Report of the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station at Mountain Grove, MO, for 1913-1914. Evans, P. December 1912.
Bulletin 25. Borers of Fruit Trees, Canes and Vines. Somes, M.P. August 1915.
Bulletin 26. Comparison of Systems of Pruning Grapes. Faurot, F.W. March 1933.
Bulletin 27. Vineyard Soil Management. Faurot, F.W. January 1934.
Bulletin 28. Orchard Soil Management. Faurot, F.W. June 1934.
Bulletin 29. Plums in Missouri. Shepard, P.H. March 1936.

[Plums: Munson, Red June, Black Beauty, Gold, Maynard, Gueii, Italian Prune, President, Abundance, Excelsior, Moore's Arctic, Burbank, Yellow Egg, Arch Duke, Omaha, Monarch, Pond, Stanley.
Prunes: Italian, French, Roberts, Standard, Australian, Giant, German, Silver, Sugar, Tragedy, Burkett, Burton]

Bulletin 30. Grafted Grapes in Missouri. Shepard, P.H. April 1941.
Bulletin 31. Growing Plums in Missouri. Shepard, P.H. November 1942.
Bulletin 32. Concord, Moore and Campbell Grown on Vigorous Rootstocks in Missouri. Shepard, P.H. January 1946.
Bulletin 33. New Fruit Varieties Originated and Introduced by the Missouri Fruit Experiment Station, Mountain Grove, Missouri. Shepard, P.H. February 1948.

 

[Apples: Conard, Faurot, Fyan, Wright, Grove, Whetstone, Delcon.
Peaches: Missouri, Tulip, Osage, Loring, Ozark, Poppy, Romance.
Plums: Bluebell, Bluefire, Radiance, Bonnie, Twilite, Brilliant, Marvel, Ox-Heart, Ozark Premier, Redbud.
Grapes: Beaver, Piney, Rouibidoux, Bryant, St. Francis, Bokay, Eleven Point, Gasconade, North Fork, Blue Eye, Ozark Prize, Tetra]

 

Bulletin 34. Pruning Young Grapevines in Missouri. Shepard, P.H. February 1950.
Bulletin 35. Grape Growing in Missouri. Hanson, K.W. November 1975.
Bulletin 36. Strawberry Production in Missouri. Brown, G.R. Moore, J.F. Townsend, H. G. February 1978.
Bulletin 37. Construction and Use of a Herbicide Sprayer Suitable for Fruit Production. Brown, G.R. Taylor, H. Drake, L.C. Johnston, K.L. June 1978.
Bulletin 38. Blueberry Production in Missouri. Fuqua, B.D. Sandhu, M.S. February 1981.

[Blueberries: Berkeley, Bluecrop, Blueray, Bluetta, Collins, Coville, Earliblue, Herbert, Jersey, Lateblue]

Bulletin 39. Growing Blackberries in Missouri. Ames, G.K. January 1984.

[Blackberries: Cherokee, Comanche, Darrow, Ebony King, Eldorado, Shawnee, Hull, Dirksen, Black Satin, Thornfree]

Bulletin 39. Growing Blackberries in Missouri. Ames, G.K. Byers, P.L. July 1992.
Bulletin 40. Training and Pruning Deciduous Fruit Trees. Andersen, P.C. April 1984.
Bulletin 41. Cold Hardiness of Grapes: A Guide for Missouri Growers. Odneal, M.B. December 1984.
Bulletin 42. Growing Blueberries in Missouri. Fuqua, B.D. Odneal, M.B. Andersen, P.C. Schroeder, M.L. Ashley, G. February 1987.
Bulletin 43. Growing Raspberries in Missouri. Byers, P.L. January 1991.

[Raspberries: Heritage, Redwing, Floricane, Latham, Southland, Black, Purple]

Bulletin 44. Growing Blueberries in Missouri. Fuqua, B.D. Byers, P.L. Kaps, M. Kovacs, L. Waldstein, D. October, 2005.

 

Circulars

Circular 1. Twig Blight of the Pear and Apple. Faurot, F.W. June 1902.
Circular 2. Pruning Peach Trees. Horsfall, F. February 1903.
Circular 3. Pear Blight. Rolfs, F.M. July 1906.
Circular 3. Remedies for the San Jose Scale. Taylor, E.P. November 1908.
Circular 4. Home-Made Oil Emulsion. Taylor, E.P. November 1908.
Circular 5. Spray Calendar. Faurot, F.W. March 1911.
Circular 6. Spray Calendar. Faurot, F.W. January 1913.
Circular 7. Winter Work in Orchards. Somes, M.P. November 1914.
Circular 8. Does Spraying Pay? Somes, M.P. December 1914.
Circular 9. Spray Schedule for Grapes. Somes, M.P. August 1915.
Circular 10. Effects of Various Dressings on Pruning Wounds of Apple Trees. Rose, D.H. December 1917.
Circular 11. Spray Schedule for Grapes. Rose, D.H. May 1918.
Circular 12. Varieties of Apples for the Home Orchard. Faurot, F.W. November 1918.

[Early: Colton, Yellow Transparent, Oldenburg, Benoni.
Mid-Season: Lowell, Chenango, Summer champion, Maiden Blush, Mother, Wealthy, Peter.
Fall: Jonathan, Delicious, King David, Grimes. Late: Stayman, Rome, York, Winesap, Ingram.
Sweet: Sweet Bough, Ramsdell Sweet, Tolman, Barley Sweet, Paradise Winter Sweet.
Pears: Kieffer, Garber]

Circular 13. Peaches, Plums, and Cherries for the Home Orchard. Faurot, F.W. November 1918.

[Peaches: Champion, Fitzgerald, Slappey, Elberta, Crosby, Krummel, Magraw, Heath Cling, Henrietta.
Plums: Abundance, Burbank, Chabot, Lombard, Yellow Egg, Italian Prune, German Prune, Shropshire, French Damson.
Cherries: Early Richmond, Montmorency, Sweet Cherries]

Circular 14. Small Fruits for the Home Orchard. Faurot, F.W. November 1918.

[Grapes: Concord, Daisy, Eclipse, Victor, Niagara, Brighton, Agawan, Catawba, Muench, Fern.
Blackberries: Early Harvest, Mersereau, Blowers, Snyder, Taylor, Eldorado.
Black Raspberries: Black Pearl, Plum Farmer, Gregg, Nemaha.
Red Raspberries: Cuthbert, Loudon, Cardinal, Columbian.
Strawberries: Klondike, Aroma, Gandy, Dunlap, Warfield.
Currants: Perfection, Fary, White Grape, Black Naples or Prince of Wales.
Gooseberries: Downing, Houghton, Champion, Josselyn, Pearl, Chautauqua, Industry]

Circular 15. Growing the Home Orchard. Faurot, F.W. December 1918.
Circular 16. does not exist. . .
Circular 17. does not exist. . .
Circular 18. Spray Calendar and Spray Mixtures. Faurot, F.W. December 1919.
Circular 19. Bush Fruits. Oskamp, J. January 1921.
Circular 20. Grapes, 3rd ed. Faurot, F.W. February 1933.

[Grapes: Daisy, Portland, Ontario, Fredonia, Bachman, Brilliant, Hernito, Golden Muscat, Extra, Bailey, Caco, Ellen Scott, Mathilda, Sheridan Minnie, Keuka, Volney, Urbana, Muench]

Circular 21. Control of Climbing Cutworms and Grape Flea-Beetles. Phipps, C.R. February 1924.
Circular 22. Spraying Schedule for Grapes. Phipps, C.R. April 1925.
Circular 23. Spray Schedule for Peaches. Faurot, F.W. February 1932.
Circular 24. Spray Schedule for Apples. Faurot, F.W. February 1932.
Circular 25. Blooming and Ripening Dates with Yields of 360 Varieties of Apples Grown at Mountain Grove, Missouri. Shepard, P.H. December 1938.
Circular 26. Spray Schedule for Cherries. Faurot, F.W. March 1932.
Circular 27. Blooming and Ripening Dates with Yields of 167 Varieties of Grapes Grown at Mountain Grove, Missouri. Shepard, P.H. May 1938.
Circular 28. Spraying Apples for the Prevention of Fruit Set. Shepard, P.H. June 1939.
Circular 29. Spraying the Home Orchard. Shepard, P.H. Rook, G. February 1944.
Circular 29. Supplement to Circular 29 [Spraying the Home Orchard]. Shepard, P.H. Rook, G. March 1947.
Circular 29. Supplement to Circular 29, Home Orchard Spray Schedule. Shepard, P.H. Rook, G. August 1949.
Circular 29. Supplement to Circular 29, Home Orchard Spray Schedule. Shepard, P.H. Rook, G. February 1953.
Circular 30. Tomato Experiments in the Ozarks. Rook, G. Shepard, P.H. December 1942.
Circular 31. Pruning Young Apple Trees. Shepard, P.H. Rook, G. January 1945.
Circular 32. Growing Fruit for Home Use. Shepard, P.H. Rook, G. January 1947.
Circular 33. Grape Spray Schedule and Description of Grape Pests. Shepard, P.H. Rook, G. March 1952.
Circular 34. New Crabapple Variety [Kent]. Shepard, P.H. February 1956.
Circular 35. New Black Raspberry Variety [Somo]. Shepard, P.H. February 1956.
Circular 36. New Apple Variety [Jonagram]. Shepard, P.H. February 1956.
Circular 37. 12-year Financial Report on a Sample Home Orchard. Shepard, P.H. April 1959.
Circular 38. Home Orchard Spray Schedule. Shepard, P.H. March 1960.
Circular 39. New Peach Variety [Topaz]. Hanson, K. September 1976.
Circular 40. Growing Fall bearing Red Raspberries as a Small Scale Commercial Enterprise. Lockshin, L.S. April 1981.
Circular 40. Growing Fall bearing Red Raspberries as a Small Scale Commercial Enterprise. Lockshin, L.S. November 1983.
Circular 41. New Grape Variety [Challenger]. Hanson, K.W. Haag, M.A. March 1983.

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