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A. S. Grebnitskii
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12022-07-12T11:59:12-04:00Adam Stanislavovich Grebnitskii11botanist, pomologistplain2022-07-20T06:33:12-04:001858 - 1941Адам Станиславович Гребницкий Born: December 25, 1858 Died: October 13, 1941 Occupation: botanist, gardener, and pomologist
Grebnitskii trained at the Forestry Institute in St. Petersburg. In 1900 he published an edition of Andrei Bolotov's classic "Illustration and description of all sorts of apples" and this work led into the production of the Atlas.
Why He Matters
Grebnitskii was a leading botanist and horticulturalist. The Atlas of Fruits was his magnum opus.