Department of Forestry, Horticulture and Botany
A careful study of the leading old varieties of the strawberry, as grown at this station during the past three years, leads to indications that are of interest to the farmers of the state, not because the indications suggest the successful cultivation of this delicious fruit, but because of their negative value, and because they illustrate one 0£ the principal difficulties that our climate presents to the fruit grower.
sand cherry, strawberries, orchards, fruit trees, apples, crabapples, plums
South Dakota Agricultural College and Experiment Station
Keffer, C.A., "Strawberry, Sand Cherry and Orchard Notes" (1891). Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins. 26.