At head of title, vol.1, pt.1- State of New York--Education Department
Vol. 1, pt.1- issued as a report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station at Geneva for the year ending June 30, 1928; June 30, 1931; June 30, 1934; June 30, 1935
Bibliography: v.1, pt.1, p. 124-125: v.1, pt.2, p.90-100: v.1, pt.3, p. 96-99; "References": v.1, pt.4, p. 59, 9l-92, 109
I Legumes, cucurbits, corn, allium, asparagus. v.1, pt.1. Peas of New York, by U.P. Hedrick. Assisted by F.H. Hall, L.R. Hawthorn and Alwin Berger. 1928.--v.1, pt.2. Beans of New York, by U. P. Hedrick. Assisted by W. T. Tapley, G. P. Van Eseltine and W. D. Enzie. 1931.--v.1, pt.3, Sweet corn, by W. T. Tapley, W. D. Enzie and G. P. Van Eseltine. 1934.--v.1, pt. 4 The cucurbits, by W. T. Tapley, W. D. Enzie, G. P. Van Eseltine
June 5, 2014 Subject:
I am so happy
I am so happy to find all parts of The Vegetables of New York available online. They contain detailed descriptions of peas, beans, corn, and cucurbit varieties with excellent pictures/drawings of some varieties. I wish current variety descriptions could be this thorough. I was able to find the information I came to find. Thank you for making what is now a rare book set available to everyone.