Tropical Visions

Tropical Visions
The Rare Fruit Review
ISSN: 1547-2183
Volume I Number 5 Whole Number 5
Copyright © MMIV
2011 Allen Street, Englewood, Florida 34223

Tropical Visions is published monthly by:
Quisqualis and the United Network Rare Fruit Explorers (UNRFE) as an electronic magazine.

Tropical Visions
Edited by   ------   ----   Bob G. Cannon II
Assistant Editor   ---   Open
----  -------    Lon Rombough, Carol Stiff, David Fay
Advisory Board   -------  Open

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We strive to present accurate and interesting information. Readers, especially novices to the subject covered, should be aware that botany and horticulture are not set in stone. Names change, techniques are proven or disproved and scientific advances may render yesterday's truths invalid. Therefore, if you are growing your plants successfully, with good result, take care when changing to something new to you.

Furthermore, since many of the plants we cover are edible caution should be used by those with known allergies or when trying something for the first time.

All trade marks and registered names belong to their respective companies or organizations. If we have inadvertently printed something copyright without permission please contact us and it will be removed.

September 2004


Grapes in Florida- Pt. 4  -  Lon Rombough

Affordable Plant Tissue Culture Part 2: Orchids Carol M. Stiff

Perennial Edible Fruits of the Tropics an Inventory Handbook 642  Part 3  -  USDA: F.W. Martin, C.W. Campbell, R. M. Ruberté



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