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Back Issue Contents by Volume & Number
Vol. 22, #1: Nov. 2013,
News: Long distance seed dispersal / Climate shifts within a lifetime / Apple max / Edible insects / Climate change consequences / Vegetation changes in W. N. America / Cllimate and competition / Home gardens;
Fertilizing organic blueberries;
Juneberries: Amelancier species;
Prospects for perennial grains;
The rowan: Sorbus aucuparia
Book reviews: Letting in the Wild Edges / Restoration Agriculture
Vol. 21, #4: Aug. 2013,
Current European agroforestry systems;
Timber species for the future (part 2);
2013 Perennial seeding experiment;
Food from your forest garden
Vol. 21, #3: May 2013,
Perfect musical woo;
Anti Inflammatory Compounds in apples and pears;
Tree selection: a challenge;
Novel coppice species;
Sustainable cider apple production;
Timber species for the UK
Vol. 21, #2: Feb. 2013,
Bacteria as anti-fungal agents;
Checks on trees imported into UK;
Breeding sea buckthorn in Germany;
Beech as a nut crop;
Japanese plum;
Cedrus: the true cedars;
Plum pox virus;
Japanese parsley / mitsuba;
Kumquats - Fortunella species;
2013 courses from the Agroforestry Research Trust

Vol. 21, #1: Nov. 2012,
Wick Irrigation;
Cranberry research;
Medical advances from tree nut research;
Soft hardwood, Hard softwood;
Neanderthals self-medicated?;
Medlars;
Myrica species - the wax myrtles and bayberries;
Pawpaw.

Vol. 20, #4: Comfrey / protecting chestnut crops / natural agents against fireblight / phytochemicals in cranberries / quince disease resistance / oak processionary moth / new kiwi disease tracked;
Glycyrrhiza: the licorices;
All Nitrogen Fixers Are Not Created Equal;
Oxalis: the wood sorrel family;
Damping off diseases;
Goji berries
Vol. 20, #3: Climate simulations / Birds, butterflies & climate change / Chestnut blight found in England / Biochar / Rosemary / new ART site;
Bamboo leaf uses;
French apple varieties;
Seaweeds;
Symphytum: the comfreys;
Book: How to Grow Perennial Vegetables;
Using bracken as a peat substitute;
Attracting kestrels for vole control;
2012 courses and tours at the ART
Vol. 20, #2: Pokeweed electricity / Tree hay;
Lime and soil acidity
Q & A; Pest series:
Voles;
Schisandra;
Trees and shrubs for acid soils;
Thuja: the Arborvitae;
Damping off;
Direct seeding of woody plants;
Trees and shrubs tolerant of salt spray
Vol. 20, #1: Special issue: The oaks;
Acorns as a food crop;
Oak species;
Tannin content of acorns;
Species descriptions
Vol. 19, #4: News: Value of non-natives / Switzerland's sweet saffron / New onine MSc / Wakelyns Agroforestry / Alley cropping / Polycultures in Wisconsin / Trees and staph infections / Nitrogen in alder leaves;
A few more perennial vegetables;
Silvopastoralism;
Looking Fack to the Future:
Historical Ploycultures in Central Italy;
Windbreak density: design rules of thumb;
Book review: Grounds for Hope; Comprehensive Integrated Agroforestry
Vol. 19, #3: News: Small is successful / Fungi that make fuel / Medicinal honey / Sea buckthorn - a possible anti-cancer plant / Honey locust (Gleditsia triacanthos) & nitrogen fixation / Making a business of spruce resin salve / Interconnectedness of ecosystems / Plant-based sweeteners / Edible forest insects in human nutrition;
Some more perennial vegetables;
Forest products from insects;
Trees & shrubs yielding edible oils
Vol. 19, #2: News: Beekepers & pesticides / UK Gene ban for rare fruit species / Four degrees & beyond / Passiflora incarnata / Pine nuts & the grizzlies / Nootkanone against ticks / Tannins in the environment / Chestnut-fed pigs;
Bamboo uses - overview;
A few perennial vegetables;
The importance of bees in nature;
Book review: Sepp Holzer's Permaculture;
ART course & guided tours 2011
Vol. 19, #1: News: White mulberries in Tajikistan / Cobnut oil scoops prize / Climate change research at Brogdale / Catch frame for cherry & berry harvesting / Is burning biomass really zero carbon?;
Biomass - A burning issue;
Abies & Picea: the firs & spruces
Vol. 18, #4: News: Plant compounds & human health / saffron/ Ginkgo biloba: the maidenhair tree;
Sea buckthorn;
Beers & ales from trees & shrubs;
Cornus mas: Cornelian cherry;
The history of sweet chestnut;
Book review: Roundwood Timber Framing
Vol. 18, #3: News: Cork for padding / Maple syrup / Feverfew / Sea buckthorn leaves / Chestnut wood / Mulberries / Medieval & organic apples / Nuts & health;
Toona sinensis - the Chinese toon;
Land use options for sustainable farming;
Autumn olive - Elaeagnus umbellata;
Mycorrhizae;
Sea buckthorns;
Myoga - a hardy ginger;
'Nut wizard' harvesters
Vol. 18, #2: News: Woody plands & climate change adaption / Uses of plant oils / Echium as an oil crop / Myrica gale as a beer ingredient;
Plant resins;
A simple chestnut peeling process;
Future impacts of climate change on UK forests;
Alternative rubber plants;
American gooseberry mildew;
Book review: The Forager's Handbook
Vol. 18, #1: News: Limits to nitrogen / Milkweeds;
Plumcots;
Mulberries;
The future for chestnut;
Juneberries: Amelanchier species;
Blue honeysuckle - Lonicera caerulea;
Book review: Nature's Matrix
Vol. 17, #4: News: Prairie fruit / Bamboo computer keyboards / Ostrich fern;
Forest gardens & carbon sequestration;
Native plants: Restoring to an idea;
Greek agroforestry systems;
Ecosystem services & environmental benefits of agroforestry;
Black truffles & agroforestry;
Autumn olive in forestry;
Agroforestry in Portugal;
Agroforestry in the Netherlands;
Book review: The Living Landscape: How to Read and Understand It by Patrick Whitefield
Vol. 17, #3: News: Forest management / Cones as a crop / Surge of interest in wild foods;
Food exploration in the Caucasus;
Soil organisms;
The Campanulas;
Coast redwood for timber;
American gooseberry mildew;
Biochar: an unknown quantity;
Book reviews: Proper Pruning of Grapevines / A Year in a Forest Garden / Asian Vegetables
Vol. 17, #2: News: Cork forests in danger / Oregano essential oil against MRSA / UK recent climate changes;
Indicators and guidelines for landscape assessment and planning for agroforestry;
The ART forest garden in 2008;
W oad as an indigo crop;
Traditional Andean cultivation systems:
I mplications for sustainable land use;
Viola: the violets
Vol. 17, #1: News: A good summer for truffles / Cider from Ash Trees / Pine bark for osteoarthritis / Threatened plants;
The RISC rooftop forest garden;
Climate change and agroecosystems;
Paulownia;
Inks and paints;
Hemp;
B ook reviews: The Woodland Year / The Peach
Vol. 16, #4: News:Bamboo Bridge / MRSA & honey / Malaria & Artemisia;
Climate change: agricultural dimensions;
Likely climate changes in Britain;
Plant & soil responses to climate change;
Climate impact on pests;
Climate impacts on diseases;
Farming methods & gas emissions;
Suggested responses to climate change;
Irrigation methods;
B ook reviews: Hedgerow Medicine / Natural Beekeeping / Agroforesterie
Vol. 16, #3: News; Stone pine for nut production;
Walnut breeding in California;
Almond: breeding for fruit quality;
Hazelnut: breeding in Oregon;
Pest series: Deer and Rabbits;
Ostrich fern: Mateuccia struthiopteris;
A low-cost nut sorting machine;
Roots of fruit & nut trees;
B ook reviews: Perennial Vegetables / The Encyclopedia of Fruit and Nuts
Vol. 16, #2: News: Bamboo-based particleboard / Bamboo leaf extract / Bamboo plastic / Bamboo paper / Bamboo bridge / Medicinal mushroom for prostate cancer/ Pine medicinal uses / Feverfew modern uses / Sea buckthorn in Canada / Bamboo propagation / Tapping bigleaf maple / Codling moth control / Goats in the forest;
Wooden shingles and shakes for roofing;
Book reviews: Ultimate Fruit & Nuts / Fruit and Nut Production;
Sea buckthorn - the new 'superfruit';
Attracting beneficial insects.
Vol. 16, #1: News: Bog myrtle beers / UK summer truffles / Maple sugar & climate change / Red squirrels forecast the future;
Paper mulberry:
Broussonetia papyrifera;
Nitrogen fixation in plants;
Hardy nitrogen-fixing plant list;
Birch: wood, sap and bark uses.
Vol. 15, #4: News: Walnut products in France / Estates in transition / British forests & climate change;
Forest gardens: how they develop, persist & decline;
Mentha: mint species;
Red bayberry (Myrica rubra): A promising fruit and forest tree;
Apples which hang well on the tree.
Vol. 15, #3: News: Alley cropping in Quebec/ Appalachian Silvopasture research;
Silvoarable systems in Europe;
Rumex: the docks and sorrels;
Edible mushrooms from wood;
Lupinus: the lupins;
Plants for windy sites:
Perennials;
Sedum: the stonecrops;
B ook review: Growing Green
Vol. 15, #2: News: Apples from Central Asia; 2006 Trial Ground Report;
Using wood for fuel: The science of burning wood / Notes on specific woofs for burning / Drying wood / Heating systems: log or woodchip? / Log heating systems;
Plants for windy sites:
Shrubs;
Book reviews: Forestry and Society / N-Tillage Seeding in Conservation Agriculture / Ecologically-based Integrated Pest Management;
Hemerocallis: the daylilies.
Vol. 15, #1: New additions to ART plant list / Deer fencing / Controlled woodland browsing by goats / Biologcal efficiency of two Chinese agroforestry systems / Walnut blight and its causes / The houses that matsutake built;
Traditional and innovative chestnut products;
Plants for windy sites:
Shrubs;
Walnut agroforestry in the Netherlands;
Invertebrate diversity research study;
Walnut wood and its utilisation.
Vol. 14, #4: Birch agroforestry in Canada / The ringing Cedars / Climate change papers / Forest farming of Alliums;
Deep pipe irrigation;
Cloudberries;
Malva
: the mallows;
Plants for windy sites: trees (2);
Trees and aquaculture systems;
Zanthoxylum: Temperate pepper trees for zones 3-8;
New Zealand flax;
Spice bush: Lindera benzoin;
Tree pruning in broadscale agroforestry.
Vol 14, #3: Using mixed species cropping to manage pests and deseases;
Sap production from black walnut;
Rose hips: properties & culture;
Apples in agroforestry systems;
Book reviews: Nutshell Guide to Growing Hazelnuts / Hedgerow History / The Black Poplar;
Chestnuts: post-harvest quality;
World hazelnut culture;
Plants for windy sites: Trees (1);
Oriental Persimmon in Europe.
Vol 14, #2: News A new silvo-poultry system / Black walnut in Britain / Squirrel collars for trees / New plants from the A.R.T., Fungal tidbits,
First pine nut harvest,
Forest garden slide show,
Edible Forest Gardens,
Walnuts in SW France,
Walnut timber processing in Italy;
Soil Influences on Tree Roots;
Hops (cultivation, pests & diseases, varieties);
Book Reviews: Silvopastoralism & Sustainable Land Management; Woodland Management; Edible Forest Gardens
Vol 14, #1: News (Hops for food, Lacquer-based agroforestry in China, Silvopasture in Appalachia, Livestock and aspen in BC, Nut orchard management in Ca, Hazels on multiple stems, ART research site);
Chestnut variety trial results;
Insect control by bats;
Passiflora: passion flowers & passion fruits;
Bacterial disease control by plants;
T he Myrtles;
Swamp Cypress: Taxodium distichum;
Storage of organic apples & pears;
Book review: Nutshell Guide to Growing Blueberries, Cranberries & Lingonberries
Vol 13, #4: News (Origins of domestic apples, Squirrel meat, More pigs in woodland);
Food value of annual and perennial vegetables;
Horse chestnut: Aesculus hippocastaneum;
Silvopasture in Shropshire;
Dehesa agroforestry systems;
Physalis: Ground cherries;
Lithocarpus
: the tanbark oaks;
Compendium of edible fruits: perennials and annuals;
Wooly aphid of apple;
Pine resin - sources and uses;
Book review.
Vol 13, #3: News; Lime bast cordage in Northern Europe; Fibre sources from bark; Pine nuts: present and future prospects; Bamboo utilization in China; Processing plant materials into fibers; Mulberries in China and Japan; A power-driven nut cracker; Bamboo as a building material in Europe; Bamboo fiber; Compendium of edible fruits: climber shrubs; The nettle: Urtica dioica
Vol 13, #2: News (High-temp treated wood, Climate change and wine production, Uranium accumulators);
Pistachios in Italy;
Carob production in China;
Tree engineering;
Chestnut production in Spain;
Book reviews; Compendium of edible fruits: shrubs;
Fodder trees and shrubs.
Vol 13, #1: Vaccinium: the Blueberry family;
Apple cultivar disease-resistance trial;
Using Nitrogen-fixing shrubs in nut orchards;
Book review: The Earth Care Manual;
Compendium of edible fruits: (1) trees.
Vol 12, #4: The dawn redwood: Metasequoia glyptostroboides;
Pollination of nut trees;
Blue Honeysuckle - Lonicera caerulea;
Dye plants (3): Mordant and tannin plants;
Pest and disease series: Voles;
Chaenomeles:
The Oriental quinces;
Book reviews
Vol 12, #3: Chestnut variety trials;
Dye Plants (2);
Fresh woods and pastures new;
The loquat: Eriobotrya japonica;
Nut Processing: adding value to fresh nuts;
Tree defenses.
Vol 12, #2: Taxus: the yews;
Dye plants;
Book Reviews: Growing Unusual Vegetables / Hawthorns & Medlars;
Plants for difficult sites: annuals & biennials;
The golden chinkapins: Castanopsis & Chrysolepis;
Temperate taungya
Vol 12, #1: Complete salad list;
Sustainable orchard floor mgmt;
Walnut trials; Forest gardening:
Design of Clearings;
Book reviews: Plant Resins / Organic Fruit Growing / Republic of Shade / Simple Grafting / Apples: Botany, Production & Uses / Biology of Apples & Pears
Vol 11, #4: Rhubarb;
Irrigation of fruit & nut trees;
Growing own-rooted fruit trees;
Fuelwood; Pests: Rooks & Crows;
Drying fruits & nuts;
Hottentot fig;
Book reviews: Nutshell Guide to Growing Walnuts / Ecoagriculture / Trees, Crops & Soil Fertility
Vol 11, #3: Kudzu;
Edible Water Plants;
Chestnut: nutritional benefits;
Coppicing fruit and nut trees;
Chilean Hazel;
Hazelnuts in NW Europe;
Apples for juice;
Calycanthus: American allspice
Vol 11, #2: Cork Oaks;
Redwoods;
Aronia;
Apple Cultivar Disease-Resistance;
Measuring Polyculture yields;
Wasps;
Climate Change.
Vol 11, #1: Manzanitas;
Agroforestry;
Currants and Gooseberries;
T he Milkweeds;
Shothole of Stone Fruit.
Vol 10, #4: Akebia;
Peaches (3);
Northern Pecans;
Basketry Plants;
Water Core of apples and pears.
Vol 10, #3: Squirrels;
Blue Bean;
Staphylea: bladder nuts;
Strawberries;
The Alliums;
Siberian Ginseng.
.Vol 10, #2: The Junipers;
Chinese Quince;
Strawberries;
Castanea pumila: Chinkapin;
Plants for difficult sites:
Perennials (3);
Pest and Disease Series: Peach Leaf Curl.
Vol 10, #1: The Viburnums;
Japanese Wineberry;
Plants for difficult sites: annuals (1);
S ome perennial tuber plants;
Pest & Disease Series: replant diseases.
Vol 9, #4: Plants for difficult sites - shrubs (2);
Hicans;
Pest & Disease series: Ink Disease;
Peaches (2);
Using plants for facade insulation;
The Soil Foodweb;
Asimina Triloba - Pawpaw.
.Vol 9, #3: Acca (Feijoa) sellowiana:
Pineapple guava;
FG: plants for difficult sites (2);
P&D: bitter pit;
Medicinal plants: resources;
Peaches (1).

Vol 9, #2: Cranberries;
Medicinal perennials (3);
P&D: crown gall; FG:
plants for difficult sites (1);
Chaste tree: Vitex agnus-castus;
Crab apples.

Vol 9, #1: Pests & Diseases: plum fruit moth; Apricots; Pollard meadows; Chicken forage plants; Jujube; Medicinal perennials (2).
Vol 8, #4: Medicinal perennial crops (1); Cudrania tricuspidata: Chinese mulberry; Caragana arborescens: Siberian pea tree; FG: summer maintenance; Poplars.
Vol 8, #3: Medicinal shrub crops; FG: spring maintenance; Grey mold: Botrytis cinerea; Grapes: cultivation, pruning systems, rootstocks, cultivars.
Vol 8, #2: Poultry in tree pasture; Rhus spp: the sumacs; P&D: silverleaf; FG: winter maintenance; Prop: miscellaneous cuttings & techniques; Torreya spp; Medicinal tree crops.
Vol 8, #1: Fruit Farm in SW Ireland; Hovenia dulcis: Japanese raisin tree; Prop: division; Pollinating insects in orchards; Blueberries; Red alder; P&D: vine weevil.
Vol 7, #4: Cornus spp; Prop: root cuttings; FG: annuals; P&D: honey fungus; Med. plants: processing; Beneficial insects in orchards; Book reviews; Yellowhorn: Xanthoceras sorbifolium.
Vol 7, #3: Edible Hawthorns; Medicinal plants: cultivation; Prop: layering; Pests & diseases: Brown rot; Raspberries.
Vol 7, #2: Bacterial canker of plum & cherry; Prop: layering (1); Not seeing the forest for the trees; Bamboo agroforestry in China; Heartnut; Medicinal plants overview; FG: polycultures & matrix; Book reviews: Pests & Diseases, Lupins, Ecology & Biogeography of Pinus, People & Land through Time, British Plant Communities, Caring for Small Woods, Botany & Healing, Dictionary of Biological Controls & IPM.
Vol 7, #1: Butternut;
Blackberries;
Propagation: hardwood cuttings;
Apple powdery mildew.
Vol 6, #4: FG: perennial leaf crops; Almonds; Scab of apple& pear; Prop: greenwood cuttings.
Vol 6, #3: Agroforestry overview: silvopasture, silvoarable, forest farming & gardening; Propagation: softwood cuttings; Figs; Codling Moth.
Vol 6, #2: The Elder; Quince; Cornelian cherry; Large-leaved lime; Canker of apple & pear; The service tree.
Vol 6, #1: Forest gardening: ground cover polycultures; The bayberries; Basketry willows; The hickories; Fireblight.
Vol 5, #4: Edible acorns; Sour cherries; Sweet & Duke cherries; FG: fungi.
Vol 5, #3: Cherry silviculture; Forest farming ginseng; Cherry rootstocks; Gooseberries.
Vol5, #2: Ash; Black walnut: nut cultivation; FG: root & bulb crops, Kaki persimmon, Cherries: species descriptions.
Vol 5, #1: Black walnut: uses; Plants and climate change in Britain; FG: climbers; Hardy citrus; Perry pears; Asian pears.

Vol 4, #4: Diospyros lotus: the date plum; Pears, Mycorrhizae; Black walnut: silviculture.

Vol 4, #3: Soap plants; Elaeagnus; Pear rootstocks; Diospyros virginiana: American persimmon.
Vol4, #2: Red Currants; Veneer grafting; Plums: minor species; The yes; Chestnut hybrids.
Vol 4, #1: Chestnuts special: cultivation for nuts. Covers all aspects of chestnut cultivation, including extensive cultivar list.
Vol 3, #4: Greenwood tip grafting; FG: succession; Chestnuts (1); Bamboos: cultivation and management; Arbutus unedo: the strawberry tree; Honey locust: Gleditsia triacanthos; Bullaces, damsons, and mirabelles; Apples from pips.
Vol 3, #3: Plum cultivars; Poncirus trifoliata; Fertility in agroforestry and forest gardens; Soil fertility: Nitrogen; Nitrogen-fixing plants; Potassium; Phosphorus; Soil pH and calcium.
Vol 3, #2: Barberries (Berberis spp); New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax); FG: edges; Ginkgo biloba: the maidenhair tree; Grafting established trees; Plum cultivation; Rowan.
Vol 3, #1: Sycamore, Plum rootstocks, FG: shrubs; Index to Vols. 1 & 2; Nut pines; Grafting: hotgrafting pipe/low-tech grafting.
Vol 2, #4: Wych elm; Lemon substitutes; Cherry plum; Hazel cultivars; Plum yews; FG: mulches.
Vol 2, #3: Hazel (2); Ground covers (2); Grafting: common methods; Edible tree saps; Plums: outline; The black locust: Robinia pseudoacacia.
Vol 2, #2: Gaultherias; Hazel (1), Pawpaw; Beech; Ground covers (1); Grafting: rootstocks.
Vol2, #1: Monkey puzzle; Blackcurrants; Sea buckthorn; FG: clearings; Grafting overview; Silver birch.
Vol 1, #4: Actinida arguta: Hardy kiwi; Small-leaved lime; Persian walnut (4); FG: tree crops; Bamboos; Seed sowing.
Vol 1, #3: Persian walnut (3); Hedges; Apples in agroforestry; Juniper; Durable timbers; Juneberries, Seed pre-treatments.
Vol 1, #2: Seed extraction & storage; Mulberries; Oregon grape; Forest Gardening: design; Apples: disease resistance; Wild service tree; Persian walnut (2).
Vol 1, #1: Apple rootstocks; Medlar; Seed collection; Persian Walnut (1); Zanthoxylum spp; The alder.
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