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Seidel, H. 1974. Erfahrungen mit dem Anbau von Solanum muricatum in Südspanien (Experiences with cropping of Solanum muricatum in Southern Spain). Tropenlanwirt 75(5): 24–30.

Tamarillo (Tree Tomato)

Bilton, J. 1986. Tamarillo Cookbook. 64 pp. (Available from Irvine Holt, P.O. Box 28019, Auckland 5, New Zealand.)

Bohs, L. 1986. The Biology and Taxonomy of Cyphomandra (Solanaceae). Ph.D.dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Bohs, L. 1989. The ethnobotany of the Cyphomandra. Economic Botany 43(2).

Carnevali, A. 1976. Il tamarillo: una planta da trutto coltivabile nella regione degli agrumi (The tamarillo: a fruit crop that can be grown in citrus regions). Italia Agricola 113: 96–99.

Dadlani, S.A. and K.P.S. Chandal. 1970. The little grown tree tomato. Indian Horticulture 14(2): 13–14.

Dawes and Pringle, 1983. ( See above under Fruits.)

Fletcher, W.A. 1979. Growing Tamarillos. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Bulletin No. 307. Wellington, New Zealand.

Morton, J.F. 1982. The tree tomato, or “tamarillo,” a fast-growing early-fruiting small tree for subtropical climates. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 95: 81–85.

Orihuela, M. n.d. Tomate Andino; Manual Práctico para su Cultivo y Uso. Centro de Estudios Rurales Andinos “Bartolomé de las Casas,” Horacio Urteaga 452, Jesús Maria, Lima 11.18 pp.

Sale, P.R. 1983a. Tamarillos: General Requirements, Varieties, and Propagation for Commercial Production. Aglink Horticultural Produce and Practice No. 296. ( Pamphlet available from Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Media Services, Private Bag, Wellington, New Zealand.)

Sale, P.R. 1983b. Tamarillos: Orchard Management, Planting, Training, Pruning, Nutrition, Harvesting. Aglink Horticultural Produce and Practice No. 297. ( Available as above.)

Sale, P.R. 1984. Tamarillos; Pests and Diseases. Aglink Horticultural Produce and Practice No. 298. ( Available as above.)

NUTS

Quito Palm

Barry, B., Jr. 1960. The Ecuadorian relative of the Chilean wine palm. Principes 4: 146–148.

Balslev, H. and A. Barfod. 1987. Ecuadorian palms—an overview. Opera Botanica 92: 17–35.

Cárdenas, M. 1970. Palm forests of the Bolivian high Andes. Principes 14: 50–54.

Fullington, J.C. 1987. Parajubaea—an unsurpassed palm for cool, mild areas. Principes 31(4): 172–176. ( Reprints available from author; see Research Contacts.)

Moore, H.E. 1970. Palm brief: Parajubaea cocoides. Principes 14: 27.

Moraes R., M. and A. Henderson. In press. The genus Parajubaea (Palmae). Mimeo. 13 pp. (For information on availability, contact the authors; see Research Contacts.)

Walnuts

Endt, R. 1988. A Walnut from the New World Juglans neotropica, a Notable New Introduction for New Zealand. Mimeo. 2 pp. (Copies available from author; see Research Contacts.)

Manning, W.E. 1960. The genus Juglans in South America and the West Indies. Brittonia 12: 1–26.

Pretell C., J., D. Ocaña V., R. Jon L., and E. Barahona C. 1985. Nogal. Pages 77–82 in Apuntes Sobre Algunas Especies Forestales Natives de la Sierra Peruana. Proyecto FAO/Holanda/INFOR (GCP/PER/027/NET), Lima, Peru.



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