The Journal of the American Pomological Society
The Journal of the American Pomological Society is published by the American Pomological Society as an annual volume of 4 issues, in January, April, July, and October. When you become a member of APS, you will automatically receive a copy of the Journal of APS quarterly. Most back issues are available at various rates for printed versions, and electronic versions are available through the International Society for Horticultural Science and PubHort.org.
Publishing in the Journal
All manuscripts and correspondence in regards to editorial matters should be addressed to the Editor: Richard Marini, Department of Plant Science, The Pennsylvania State University, Tyson Building, University Park, PA 16802-4200. All manuscripts must adhere to the Journal of the American Pomological Society Style. Please read the Instructions for Authors.
Search in APS abstracts on PubHort.org
|Postharvest Performance of ʻMinneiskaʼ Apple, a Progeny of ʻHoneycrispʼ||Cindy B.S. Tong, Randolph Beaudry, Carolina Contreras, Christopher B. Watkins, Jacqueline F. Nock, Zata Vickers, Kathryn Zhang, James J. Luby, and David Bedford||82|
|Heritage Apple Cultivars Grown in Homesteads, Nurseries and Orchards in Wyoming||Jonathan Magby, Gayle Volk, and Steve Miller||95|
|Niels Ebbesen Hansen: A Man with a Vision for the Unfathomable||Marvin Pritts||110|
|Frank Nicholas Meyer: An Emigrant's Lifelong Search for Plant Immigrants||Michele R. Warmund||115|
|Walter Tennyson Swingle: A Relentless Intellect that Transformed American Pomology||E. Stover, and G. Wright||129|
|David Grandison Fairchild: Plant hunter extraordinaire and father of foreign plant introduction||Nahla V. Bassil||139|