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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: A Directory of Cultivars Listed in the 'brooks and Olmo' Register of Fruit and Nut Varieties since 1994

Authors
item Okie, William
item POSTMAN, JOSEPH

Submitted to: Register of New Fruit and Nut Varieties
Publication Type: Review Article
Publication Acceptance Date: January 24, 2002
Publication Date: February 21, 2002
Citation: Okie, W.R., Postman, J.D. 2002. A directory of cultivars listed in the 'brooks and olmo' register of fruit and nut varieties since 1994. Register of New Fruit and Nut Varieties.

Interpretive Summary: People working with fruit need to keep up with the characteristics of many varieties. The "Brooks and Olmo" Register of Fruit and Nut Varieties has been the standard source of information on new varieties of temperate and tropical fruits for over 50 years. Since 1994 there have been six lists published in HortScience. A complete list of the names of these varieties is available on this website, along with the volume and list in which it was published. Previous lists were included in a revision of the book form of the Register. The Index lists by crop all 2349 varieties of fruits described in the Lists 36-41. Fruits include berries, pome fruits, stone fruits, tropical fruit and nuts. Internet access makes this list readily available to all with computers.

Technical Abstract: The "Brooks and Olmo" Register of Fruit and Nut Varieties has been the standard source of information on new varieties of temperate and tropical fruits for over 50 years. Since 1994 there have been six lists published in HortScience. A complete list of the names of these varieties is available on this website, along with the volume and list in which it was published. Previous lists were included in a revision of the book form of the Register. The Index lists by crop all 2349 varieties of fruits described in the Lists 36-41. Fruits include berries, pome fruits, stone fruits, tropical fruit and nuts.

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