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Gymnocalycium spegazzinii KP 232

Gymnocalycium spegazzinii KP 232

Argentina: South of Tío Punco, Ruta Santa María direct to Cafayate, downhill run, right side hill, behind border provinces Catamarca – Tucumán, 1810m 20 more words

Brandstätter

Sugar rush part 6

In September 1922 Otto Morton sent another letter to his brother Carl Morton in Sweden. This time he was a bit more candid and sentimental having remorse for not replying to old letters. 561 more words

Morton Carl

Sugar rush part 5

The letter of April 1908 from Otto Morton to his brother Carl Morton continues:

”Concerning cotton: I confess that I have done absolutely nothing about this topic that interests you so much. 630 more words

Morton Carl

Sugar rush part 4

From 1905 Otto Morton was a colono for a couple of years cultivating and delivering sugarcane to Ingenio San Juan. Then he got an offer he could not resist. 513 more words

Morton Otto

Sugar rush part 3

Otto Morton arrived in Argentina in 1890, 19 years old. He then came to spend the rest of his life in Tucuman. Beside his younger brother Carl Morton, we know from his letters to him that he also at least occasionally kept in contact with his sisters Celia Andersson, Maria Morton, Anette Heinrici and Mathis Morton. 786 more words

Morton Carl

Sugar rush part 2

Sugarcane grew originally only in South Asia and the first known production of sugar was in India. During his second voyage to America Columbus brought sugarcane to the island of Hispaniola, now Haiti and Dominican Republic. 637 more words

Morton Otto

The Mountains of San Javier

Our most recent trip to Tucuman was our third overall (and second with the hubs) so we wanted to venture outside of the city to see what else Tucuman had to offer. 317 more words