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  1. 1967-01-01 This book lies midway between dictionary and textbook and its seventeen chapters on Indian agriculture follow a well-trodden sequence. Good handbooks serve four purposes. They bring to light information that might otherwise lie buried; they reveal gaps in knowledge; they are exceedingly useful to...  
  2. 1967-01-01 By following the directions and suggestions given in the publication, any beginning gardener can produce a wide variety of delicious and nutritious vegetable crops adapted to tropical conditions.  
  3. 1967-01-01 The aim has been to acquaint the student with some of the evidence on the principles which underlie vegetable production in the Tropics. The practices of vegetable growing furnish a background for indicating how this basic information applies.  
  4. 1967-01-01 This booklet includes general information on agronomy and the production of crops. 144 pages, tables  
  5. 1967-01-01 This handbook presents a wealth of information on the theory and practice of animal husbandry in clear and precise terms. It attempts to show a broad panoramic picture of the many problems facing the animal husbandry workers and is intended to meet the practical requirements of students,...  
  6. 1967-01-01 Whether you're a seasoned gardener enchanted with their lush vines and unusually shaped fruit or a crafter in search of the perfect gourd for a specific project, this easy-to-use primer takes the mystery out of growing gourds. Largely ignored by most gardening books, gourd plants require specific...  
  7. 1966-01-19 This book describes more than 350 pests that are found in middle North America. The illustrations will help identify the pest, its life stages, and the kind of damage it does. 160 pages, illustrated  
  8. 1966-01-19 This companion volume to Tea Manufacture, by the same author, provides for those in the tea industry concise information concerning the agronomy of the crop. Introductory chapters outline the physical environment in which the crop grows best are followed by others containing advice, based on...  
  9. 1966-01-01 This publication is 1966 FAO review of scientific and practical knowledge of legumes. 367 pages, illustrations, photos  
  10. 1966-01-01 This booklet includes as poisonous all those plants which when introduced on or into an organism in any manner may chemically produce an injurious or deadly effect. 24 pages, illustrated