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CRFG Publications 1969-1989 Index - J

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JABOTICABA

  • Fruits for San Francisco Bay Area. By Martin G. Blinder. 1972 #4, pp 6-7
  • Growing Rare Fruit in Northern California. By John M. Riley. 1973 YB, pp 67-90
  • Jaboticaba. By Peggy Winter. 1980 #4, p 24
  • Myrtaceae: the Family of the Guava. By John F. Donan. 1984 YB, pp 5-17
  • Remembered Fruits of the Philippines. By John McIntyre Jr.. 1976 YB, pp 60-61

JACKFRUIT

  • Bits & Pieces: Florida Trip. By Peggy Winter. 1985 #1, pp 25-26
  • Plants of Interest in Hawaii. By Peggy Winter. 1983 #3, pp 15-17
  • Preparing the Fruit We Grow. By Jo Davis. 1982 #4, p 24
  • Remembered Fruits of the Philippines. By John McIntyre Jr.. 1976 YB, pp 65-66
  • Return to the Philippines. By John McIntyre Jr.. 1978 YB, pp 5-13

JAMAICA BERRY See Panama Berry

JAMAICA PLUM See Purple Mombin

JAMAICA

  • Bits & Pieces: Jamaica Station; Ecuador; Thailand. By Peggy Winter. 1985 #2, pp 26-27

JAMAN See Rose Apple

JAMBEIRO See Rose Apple

JAMBERRY - Physalis ixocarpa

JAMBOLAN

  • Return to the Philippines. By John McIntyre Jr.. 1978 YB, pp 5-13

JAMBU BATU See Guava

JAMBU MAWAR See Rose Apple

JAMBU MERAH See Malay Apple

JAPANESE PEPPER LEAF

  • Herb Trees for Warm Climates. By Robert E. Bond. 1989 J, p 48

JAPANESE PLUM (Eriobotrya japonica) See Loquat

JAPANESE RAISIN TREE (Hovenia dulcis) See Raisin Tree

JAPANESE TEA BUSH

  • Research Corner Notes. By John Riley. 1984 #2, pp 26-27

JAVA ALMOND See Pili Nut

JAVA APPLE - Syzygium samarangense

JELLY PALM

  • For the Beginner: Fruit and Nut Notes. By Ruby Law. 1986 #3, pp 13-14
  • The Jelly Palm. By John M. Riley. 1987 #1, p 10

JICAMA

  • Jicama. 1973 #1, pp 6-7
  • Jicama. By Paul Thomson. 1972 #4, p 12
  • Notes from our Members. 1975 #2, p 9

JOJOBA

  • Gleanings: Jojoba Research. By Jim Neitzel. 1982 #2, pp 14-15
  • Gleanings: Substitutes for Sperm Whale Oil. By Jim Neitzel. 1980 #3, p 25
  • Hermaphroditic Jojoba. By Ron Kadish. 1982 #3, pp 18-20
  • Jojoba Horticulture. By Paul H. Thomson. 1975 YB, pp 98-162
  • Other Lesser Known Crops of High Potential Value. By Jim Neitzel. 1981 #3, p 8
  • Preliminary Jojoba Report. By Betty Bretz. 1978 #4, pp 11-13
  • Save the Whale ... and Jojoba Too! By John M. Riley. 1980 #2, p 10

JUGLANS OLANCHANA - Central American Walnut
A high elevation plant in its native habitat, growing at 5000 feet and above. It has never fruited in the U.S.

JUGLANS REGIA See Walnut

JUJUBE

  • A Jujube Find. By J.S. Akin. 1987 #1, p 13
  • Berry Vitamins. Soviet Life Magazine. 1973 #3, p 12
  • Deciduous Fruit Varieties. By Jim Neitzel. 1980 YB,pp 20-40
  • Deciduous Fruits for Southern California. By Paul H. Thomson. 1971 #4, pp 4-8
  • For the Beginner: Suggestions for New Gardeners. By Phil Clark. 1985 #2, pp 6-9
  • Gleanings: Jujubes. By Jim Neitzel. 1983 #4, pp 26-27
  • Growing Rare Fruit in Northern Calif. By John M. Riley. 1973 YB, pp 67-90
  • In Defense of the Jujube. By Raymond F. Vincent. 1973 #3, pp 8-9
  • Jujubes: a Counter-opinion. By Fannie Hall Leslie. 1989, #3 p 17
  • Matter of Origin. By Paul H. Thomson. 1972 #2, pp 11-12
  • My Favorite Fruit Tree - the Jujube. By Edward T. Hager M.D.. 1989 #2, pp 13-15
  • Nostalgic Memories of North China Fruits. By Albert Fei, 1971 #1, pp 5-7
  • Notes on Three Fruits, Hardly Rare. By Ira J. Condit. 1972 #2, pp 9-11
  • Rare Fruits for the Watersaving Garden. By Alice Ramirez. 1988 J, pp 39-44
  • Recipe: Brandied Jujubes. By Albert Fei. 1971 YB, p 109
  • Recipes: Brandied Fruit. By Barbara Bobp. 1971 YB, pp 107-109
  • Research Corner. By John M. Riley. 1984 #3, p 23
  • The Chinese Jujube. By John M. Riley. 1969 YB, pp 23-29
  • The Japanese Raisin Tree. By John M. Riley. 1981 #4, pp 24-25

JUPLON See Ambarella

JUNGLE SOP - Annonidium mannii


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