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hort.net link report for 13 February, 1999

Added to http://www.hort.net/food/


   Part of the Aggie Horticulture pages at Texas A & M University, these
   documents are targetted to both home-grown fruit or industry fruit
   and nut crops. Each crop is presented with detailed growing tips,
   preferred cultivars, pollination requirements, and lots more!
   Definitely worth a look, especially if you're a grower.


Added to http://www.hort.net/woodyplants/


   One really can't express the beauty of the over 800 species in the
   genus Rhododendron, but this site sure does try! Hundreds of species
   and cultivars are represented with excellent full-color photographs
   and parentage information. But wait, there's more! Visit now and
   you'll have access to an excellent glossary with key floral parts
   identified clearly on a color photograph, a taxonomic breakdown of
   the genus, cultural information, and just for fun, an
   impressionist-style painting tool to draw rhododendrons online.


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