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  1. 2012-01-01 72 pp : ill. [ Gift of Dr Abram Bicksler Jan 24, 2023 ] Scripta Horticulturae Number 14 Horticulture has an image problem. Most people—when they think about horticulture at all—think of the subject in small terms, as merely a pastime synonymous with gardening. This misconception devalues one of...
  2. 2010-01-01 A collaborative effort of various authors, this well-illustrated guide addresses a major gap in knowledge on sustainable production and plant protection in horticultural systems. Primarily intended for field practitioners and extension workers, it is also useful for technicians, students and...
  3. This book was written for those individuals who are concerned about the techniques and practices of plant cell cultures for horticultural crops. It was designed to serve as a text and reference for students and professionals in ornamental horticulture, fruit and vegetable crop pro duction,...
  4. 1984-01-01 The FNGLA Certified Horticulture Professional program is a voluntary program for the certification of employees in the horticulture industry in Florida. The program, designed for the professional improvement of individuals in the industry, is one of the activies of the Florida Nursery, Growers...
  5. 1988-01-01 This is a directory of sustainable agriculture and horticulture organizations, 1987-1988 177 pages, illustrated
  6. 1986-01-01 This handbook discusses factors that can significantly affect the maintenance of quality in fresh fruits, vegetables and florist and nursery stock during cold storage. (2 Copies) 130 pages, illustrated
  7. 1998-01-01 This publication contains articles on ornamentals, fruits, and vegetables. It is published in English and Spanish. 493 pages, tables
  8. 1999-01-01 Articles on vegetables, fruits, and ornamentals. 171 pgs, photos, illus
  9. Articles on vegetables, fruit and ornamentals 46th annual meeting, Miami, Florida, Sept. 24-29, 2000 126 pgs, photos, illust
  10. Effective management during the postharvest period, rather than the level of sophistication of any given technology, is the key in reaching the desired objectives. While large scale operations may benefit from investing in costly handling machinery and high-tech postharvest treatments, often...