Guide to Cultivated Plants
CABI, 2008 - 540 pages
Representing almost 80 years of combined experience, Guide to Cultivated Plants includes concise textual descriptions and attractive full-color illustrations of over 300 crop species. These comprise 11 commodity groups ranging from vegetables, both horticulture and forages species, and arable crops to the major fruits and plantation crops. All major cultivated plants from temperate, Mediterranean and tropical climates are covered and the morphology, botany, ecology, agronomy and use of cultivated crops is fully discussed.
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