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  1. 0001-01-01 This gardening book was prepared in response to the need for a complete and accurate guide to growing vegetables and herbs successfully under midwestern conditions. Although written primarily for the home gardener, this book may be equally useful to teachers, students, market gardeners, and...  
  2. 0980-01-01 Analysing the important farming systems of the tropics, this book introduces the farm-management problems that arise for each. It identifies seven basically distinct systems; in each the economic implications of soil fertility, uncertainty, and labour productivity problems are discussed, and...  
  3. 0987-01-01 Horticulturist Tom MacCubbin addresses the special problems and year-round rewards of gardening in subtropical Florida. MacCubbin is host of the popular public broadcastign series Florida Home Grown, produced b WMFE-Orlando. In this book he gives clear and practical advice on: -Basics of good...  
  4. 1079-01-01 Full of practical tips, the book describes in a refreshing, straight forward manner the elements that go into a dome home, using an easy-to-understand approach with abundant photographs, drawings, and building plans.  
  5. 1877-01-01 Excerpt of a longer work. Discussion on indian corn, rice, broom corn or millet. 54 pages  
  6. 1877-01-01 The author presents diffusing practical information concerning palmgrowth and useful products from palms.  
  7. 1877-01-01 This treatise discusses two plants that yield substances employed in the preparation of beverages. Coffee and Guarana. 80 pages  
  8. 1900-01-01 This booklet discusses the introduction of Australian saltbushes and their usefulness as forages. Farmer's Bulletin, no. 108 19 pages, illustrated  
  9. 1914-01-01 This publication may be used as a primary source of information for commercial apple growers who want to incorporate changes in their production systems. It is a compilation of information from many sources on practices that address the goals and philosophy of Low-Input/Sustainable Agriculture...  
  10. 1914-01-01 This book describes a project to consider if you would like to raise and market a fruit, vegetable, or flower crop, or if you have already completed a project in horticulture and would like a new challenge. 24 pgs, illus