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CRFG Publications 1969-1989 Index - V

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VACCINIUM ARBOREUM See Farkleberry

VACCINIUM ASHEI See Rabbiteye Blueberry

VACCINIUM MACROCARPON -Cranberry

VACCINIUM MYRSINITES - Florida evergreen blueberry

VACCINIUM MYRTILLUS - Whortleberry

VACCINIUM SPECIES See Blueberries, Huckleberries


VANILLA FRAGRANS - Vanilla orchid
This leafy climbing orchid from hot, wet tropical America is grown for its pods which, when dried, become the commercial vanilla. The flowers are hand pollinated. Propagated generally by cutting. See Vanilla

VANILLA

  • Abstract: 20th Anniversary Meeting: Vanilla, the Exotic Spice. By Felipe De Vilmorin. 1988 #4, pp 33-38
  • Rare Fruits in Coastal San Diego. By David B. Lloyd. 1975 #3, pp 1-5
  • Who Has Vanilla Grass? Hierochle odorata. By Rick Parkhurst. 1982 #1, p 10

VEGETABLES

  • Bits & Pieces: C. Rollins Talk; Wing Bean; By Peggy Winter. 1986 #2, pp 27-28
  • Book Review: Vegetables of Southeast Asia. Reviewed by John Riley. 1983 #3, p 13
  • Cornuts Corn. 1983 #3, p 5
  • Disappointment: Tahitian Squash. By Wilbur G. Wood. 1980 #4, p 15
  • Greening of the Future. Part I. By Noel Vietmeyer. 1980 #2, pp 16-20, 25
  • Marketing Alternatives for San Diego Small Farmers. By Faustino N. Munoz. 1985 #3, pp 21-23
  • Other Lesser Known Crops of High Potential Value. By Jim Neitzel. 1981 #3, p 8
  • President's Letter. 1989 #1, pp 2-4
  • Progress Report on the Jicama. By Muriel B. Fisch. 1975 #2, p 9
  • Rare and Not-so-rare Vegetable-fruits. By Edward T. Hager, M.D. 1989, #3 pp 3-5, 6
  • Rediscovered Vegetables: New Zealand Spinach. 1989 #3, p 5
  • The Research Corner: a Superior Tomato; Grafting Help. 1983 #1, p 17
  • Wild Fruit of South Africa Part I. By Ian Hartland. 1975 #1, pp 13-16

VEGETABLE BRAIN - Blighia sapida

VELVET APPLE - Diospyros philippinensis

VELVET TAMARIND - Dialium indum

VI See Ambarella

VIBURNUM PRUNIFOLIUM - Black Haw, Sheepberry

VIBURNUM SPECIES

  • Rare Fruit Sources. By Arlo Hale Smith. 1977 #1, pp 3-16

VITAMINS

  • Abstract: Terminalia ferdinandiana: a Source of Vitamin C. By Jennie C. Brand et al. 1982 YB, pp 66-67
  • Acerola Comes to California Loaded with Vitamin C. By Floyd L. Cooper. 1971 YB, pp 2-8
  • Actinidia: Wild-growing Plants as a Natural Source of Vitamin C. By E.I.Kolbasina. Translated by R. Meyer. 1989 J, pp 31-33
  • Increasing Interest in Exotic Fruits. 1986 #4, p 5

VITIS SPECIES See Grapes

VITUS VINIFERA - Old World Grape

VUTU KANA - Barringtonia edulis


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