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The Wyoming apple project.

 
Miles Flansburg
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A University of Wyoming professor is trying to locate and catalog all of the old apple varieties in Wyoming. Might be a good resource for cold weather permies.



Steven Miller writes about the project here.

An old pamphlet about fruit in Wyoming talks about some of the varieties that were planted. Free e-book or buy a reprinted version.

Wyoming fruit
 
Shauns Webbers
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        That was awesome !
Thanks so much for posting that .. I really hope they can locate some of those vintage varieties !! They did such a good breakdown of so many things apple.

People - Save and plant your local apple cores ***

If everyone could just plant every apple that they ever eat --the next generation could be so well set up with a potential ...Mystical Magic new Apple !  Great video !
 
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