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CRFG Publications 1969-1989 Index - I

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ILEX GLABRA - Appalachian Tea


ILEX PARAGUENSIS - Mate
A large shrub from Uraguay. Leaves are dried and brewed as tea, which is drunk in South America. Grows well in warmer areas.
INGA EDULIS - Monkey Tamarind, Ice Cream Bean
A leguminous tree from the Amazon in South America. The cylinder like pod, almost a meter in length contains a sweet edible substance surrounding the seeds. Propagated by seed and cuttings.
INGA SPECIES - Guamo, Ice Cream Bean
A large leguminous tree used throughout the tropics for shade among the coffee and cocoa plantations. It reduces the evaporation during the dry season and helps in the fertilization of the land. It contains a large flat pod with sweet pulp surrounding the seed. Propagated by seeds and cuttings.

ILLAMA

  • High Altitude Finds: Annona Purperea; A. diversifolia and Pouteria viride. By Peggy Winter. 1986 #1, p 25

IN MEMORIAM

  • Alan F. Simmons. By G.T.B. Frost and C.T. Kennedy. 1988 J, p 60
  • Alex J. Stearns. By Paul H. Thomson. 1976 YB, p 9
  • David Alberts 1983 #4, p 6
  • Giuseppe Massidda, Kiwi Pioneer 1889-1988. By C.T. Kennedy. 1989 J, pp 40-41
  • J. Eliot Coit. By Paul H. Thomson. 1976 YB, p 8
  • Milo D. Gibson. By Robert Kurle. 1974 YB, p 5
  • Muriel Fisch. 1980 #1, Front Cover
  • Nelson E. Westree. By Paul H. Thomson. 1975 YB, p 7
  • Raymond F. Vincent, CRFG Loses a Friend. By Pat Sawyer. 1988 #3, p 29
  • Wilson Popenoe. By Paul H. Thomson. 1975 YB, p 6

INCAS

  • A Study of American Crops. By Ron Kadish. 1988 #1, pp 24-26

INDIA

  • Twelve Commandments of Fruit Gardening. 1973 YB, pp 110-111

INDIAN ALMOND See Tropical Almond

INDIAN BAEL - Aegle marmelos

INDIAN JUJUBE See Jujube

INDIAN MULBERRY - Morinda citrifolia

INDIAN PRUNE See Rukam

INDIAN SPINACH - Basella alba

INDONESIAN LIME - Citrus hystrix

INDONESIA

  • Growing Grapes and Apples in Tropical Indonesia. By Rick Parkhurst. 1981 #2, pp 13-14
  • Two Million Apple Trees of Indonesia. By Surachmat Kusumo. 1983 #2, pp 12-13

INOCARPUS FAGIFERUS - I. EDULIS - Mape, Polynesian Chestnut
A large tree bearing nuts which are chestnut-like in flavor. Eaten fresh, boiled, or roasted, their consistency is soft ans the flavor is pleasant. Native to the Pacific Islands.

INSECTS

  • Abstract: 20th Anniversary Meeting: Beneficial Insects. By Monte Carpenter. 1988 #4, pp 28-29
  • Calendar of a Shothole Borer. By Charles E. Estep, Sr.. 1989 #4, pp 21-22
  • Crusades of an Apple Lover. By Charles E. Estep, Sr.. 1989 #2, pp 20-25
  • Gleanings: Soap for Insects. By Jim Neitzel. 1984 #2, pp 15-17
  • Hanging by a Silken Thread. By Charles E. Estep, Sr.. 1989, #3 pp 18-21
  • Infestation of Ash White Flies. By Richard S.O. Lee. 1989, #3 pp 22-24
  • Musings of a Bug Watcher. By Nina Smith. 1989 #2, p 26
  • Research Corner. By John M. Riley. 1984 #1, p 23
  • Subtropical Fruits and Nuts of Spain, Kenya and South Africa. By Muriel B. Fisch. 1975 #1, pp 6-13
  • The European Earwig. By Martha Van Ness. 1972 YB, pp 1-09-111
  • Update on Apple Hobby. By Charles E. Estep Sr.. 1988 #2, pp 14-15
  • Useful Insects. By Charles E. White. 1984 #4, p 17

IPOMOEA BATATAS See Yams

IRRIGATION

  • Adventure in Avocado Growing Under Drip Irrigation. By Burton E. Fisch. 1973 YB, pp 49-66
  • Area News. 1989 #2, p 29
  • Cultural Nuggets for Would-be Apple Growers. Talk by J. Rider Reported by Melita Israel. 1989 #2, pp 16-19
  • Free Irrigation Service Available. By Margarita M. Engle. 1988 #2, p 20
  • Further Thoughts on Adjusting to Our Drier Climate. By E. Hager, R. Watts and A. Ramirez. 1989 #4, pp 14-21
  • Growing Avocados in a Desert Climate. By N.C. Moerland. 1980 #3, pp 9-11
  • Growing Tea. By Peggy Winter. 1979 #4, pp 8-9
  • I Wonder Where the Water Went? By Pat Sawyer. 1989 YB, pp 8-11
  • Idea Box: a Longterm Timer. By John F. Donan. 1985 #4, pp 11-13
  • Introducing the Actinidia. By Clytia M. Chambers. 1989 J, pp 20-21
  • Irrigation. By Bill Van Zonneveld and David Krosky. 1987 YB, pp 8-9
  • Low Cost, Efficient Irrigation System. By Bob Smith. 1983 #2, pp 15-17
  • Some Practical Hints for the Backyard Gardner. By Anna Tamuzs. 1979 #3, pp 12-13
  • The Cherimoya. By Miguel Cervantes Gomez. 1983 YB, pp 5-29
  • The Chestnut. By Arlo Hale Smith. 1976 YB, pp 15-51
  • Visit to Rudy Haluza's Ranch. By Ruby Law. 1985 #1, p 14
  • What's Going Wrong? Or How to Diagnose Some Kiwi Problems. By Roger Meyer. 1989 J, pp 34-36

ISRAEL

  • Gleanings: Israel. By Jim Neitzel. 1983, #2 pp 30-31
  • The Rare Fruit Society of Israel. By Ariel Shai. 1987 #4, p 15

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