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  1. Key Resource 2006-11-01 Turn your Florida yard into a beautiful cornucopia of delicious fruit. You can grow many of the world's best-tasting fruits in Florida's subtropical environment. Complete profiles of 80 native and non-native fruiting plants, ranging from the familiar, such as the strawberry and orange, to the...
  2. 1958-01-01 A traveller's guide to some of the common trees, shrubs, vines and crop plants. 77 pgs, illustrations
  3. This book combines history with practical gardening information. This book investigates more than 40 plants mentioned in the Bible. It then gives easy-to-follow advise on how to grow it in your own house or garden.
  4. Key Resource 1980-01-01 Become an Energy Farmer. This book is for any country in the world, not just the USA. If you want to plant something and have the sun, the rain and nature do the work for you of making your fuel to run your car or run a generator or to be converted to sugar and then to alcohol...or even plant...
  5. The table in this publication lists shrubs and provides information on their characteristics and cultural needs. This information should help homeowners and landscape horticulturists select appropriate shrubs for specific purposes and locations in their landscapes. Circular 498
  6. More than 550 woody vines and shrubs native to Florida are covered in this easy-to-use field guide with line drawings and color photos. Useful to professional botanists as well as landscape architects and homeowners.
  7. One of the main aims of this book is to benefit the rural people of Ethiopia by ercouraging them to grow more trees and shrubs of a wider variety of species than they have up to now. It provides information on a selection of useful tree and shrub species for the range of agroclimatic conditions...
  8. 1962-01-01 What grows in Florida - how to grow it and where to get it.
  9. 1995-01-01 Tagasaste is a hardy, fast growing fodder shrub able to significantly increase livestock production. Tagasaste seeks deep soil moisture and takes up subsoil nutrients which are lost to normal pasture or crop plants. 132 pages, illustrations, photos
  10. 2002-01-01 There is information in this manual that is found in other places, but the focus in this book is to concentrate on sources of information not easily available to development agents such as scholarly journals or books not sold in Ethiopia. When possible we verified with the farmers information...