Fruit Tree and Grape Vine Pruning
A Handbook for Fruit and Vine Growers
by George Quinn
R. E. E. Rogers, 1913, black and white photographs throughout, paperback
Fair Condition, part of front cover has been removed, parts missing from front fly-leaf, previous owners inscription on front fly-leaf, edges and corners rubbed and bumped, corners a little dog-eared (see photographs)
From the Introduction: "The portion of this booklet relating to the pruning of fruit trees is an exact reproduction of the issue of 1910.
The chapters now included for the first time dealing with the grape vine have been added at the request of many persons who were food enough to express favourable opinions regarding the issues treating upon fruit trees only. In these pages the writer has not attempted to cover the whole field of vine pruning, but rather to elucidate a few principles bearing upon the errors commonly met in the training and pruning of grape vines in a new country."