.A great how-to book. The only reference you need if you want to raise a few grape vines..--Rocky Mountain News
.It would be difficult to find a book covering any aspect of growing grapes that is not included here..--Gardening Newsletter
.Packed with useful information, this book benefits from the author's personalized writing style. Immensely enjoyable..--Choice Magazine
Lon Rombough was a well-known garden writer, nurseryman, and fruit grower, with more than thirty-five years experience growing grapes and maintains hundreds of varieties in his small vineyard. A prominent member of North American Fruit Explorers, or NAFEX, he lived in western Oregon.
I am new to fruit growing in general. A lot of books seems to have either very little information or to much for me to handle (mostly because it is geared toward commercial... Read morePublished on March 20 2003 by "lostman_amiga"
This book provides a detailed explanation to the intricate science of growing grapes organically. The author utilizes many illustrations, photos, tables and graphs to enhance text... Read morePublished on Dec 13 2002 by Suzanne Teghtmeyer
Without having finished reading it yet I can recommend this book to anyone wanting to raise or know about raising grapes. Read morePublished on Dec 2 2002 by Stephen Payton
In the book's Introduction page, Lon modestly states "This is not the ultimate grape book...". I beg to differ. Read morePublished on Dec 2 2002 by Robert Conboy
In an easy to read and easy to understand volume, Dr. Lon Rombaugh has distilled his extensive knowledge and experience to adress the issues involved in growing grapes, not only in... Read morePublished on Dec 1 2002 by Sigurd E Johnsen