Definition of Luther burbank
1. Noun. United States horticulturist who developed many new varieties of fruits and vegetables and flowers (1849-1926).
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Literary usage of Luther burbank
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1. Famous Living Americans, with Portraits edited by Mary Griffin Webb, Edna Lenore Webb (1914)
"BIBLIOGRAPHY BOOKS luther burbank, His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical ... By luther burbank. PERIODICALS Burbank's Recent Experiments. ..."
2. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1913)
"A Plant-Master and His Power THE story of how luther burbank, by pollenation and selection, has created species of plants is not a new one; ..."
3. Plant-breeding: Being Six Lectures Upon the Amelioration of Domestic Plants by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1912)
"I. luther burbank. An editor of one of the great magazines asked me recently whether luther burbank were the only plant-breeder in the country. ..."
4. Plant-breeding: Comments on the Experiments of Nilsson and Burbank by Hugo de Vries (1907)
"Such a man is luther burbank of Santa Rosa in California. He is a nurseryman, but has no nursery in the ordinary sense of the word. He is a tradesman, ..."
5. Heroes of California: The Story of the Founders of the Golden State as by George Wharton James (1910)
"It was the year of the great influx of the gold pioneers from all parts of the world, and it was also the year of the birth of luther burbank. ..."
6. City Homes on Country Lanes: Philosophy and Practice of the Home-in-a-garden by William Ellsworth Smythe (1921)
"... CHAPTER IX luther burbank AND THE NEW EARTH And he gave it for his opinion that whoever could make two ears of corn, or two blades of grass, ..."