Washington is the apple-growing capital of the world and one of the most picturesque regions in the Northwest. This book looks at the history of the area and explores new varieties and farming methods.Washington is the apple-growing capital of the world and one of the most picturesque regions in the Northwest. This book looks at the history of the area and explores new varieties and farming methods.Read Less
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Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket. First printing, near fien oversized hardcover in like jacket with both showing just the slightest bit of trace wear. 126 pages nicely illustrated with photography by John Marshall. Very attractive copy of this work that ". depicts the the region's beautiful landscapes interspersed with fascinating information about the apple industry and what it takes to grow this luscious fruit".
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