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|Title: ||Sweet and Tart Cherry Varieties: Descriptions and Cultural Recommendations|
|Authors: ||Brown, Susan|
|Keywords: ||sweet cherry varieties|
tart cherry varieties
|Issue Date: ||1989|
|Publisher: ||New York State Agricultural Experiment Station|
|Series/Report no.: ||New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin|
|Abstract: ||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 include 'Bing', 'Chinook', 'Compact
Lambert', 'Corum', 'Emperor Francis', 'Gold', 'Hedelfingen',
'Hudson', 'Lambert', 'Napoleon', 'Rainier', 'Sam',
'Schmidt', 'Stella', 'Ulster', 'Van', 'Vista', and 'Windsor'.
'Emperor Francis' is the leading sweet cherry variety in New
York comprising 20 percent of the total trees, with 'Hedelfingen'
(16%) and 'Schmidt '(15%) also of importance.|
|Appears in Collections:||Food and Life Sciences Bulletin|
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