1. 1/1/1968 591 pages
  2. 1/1/1999 749 pages
  3. Kew botanists have studied African plants for two centuries, and are now co-operating with Practical Action Publishing to produce this book which will be a constant source of interest and reference internationally. The book, while of great interest to specialists, is aimed at the average reader....
  4. This volume deals with the vegetables of South-East Asia. A vegetable as a product or commodity may be defined as a usually succulent plant or portion of a plant which is consumed as a side-dish with the starchy staple. All vegetable crops share certain characteristics but very few completely fit...
  5. This textbook is designed principally for university and college students reading for degrees and diplomas in Botany and Agriculture but will also be useful in studies of ethnobotany, food science, archaeology and nutrition, or indeed to anyone with a concern for our natural resources. The text...
  6. This document explains how to encourage and protect the important relationship between bees and trees, and the benefits of doing so.
  7. This book describes the cultivated and wild vegetable species of tropical Africa. Comprehensive descriptons are give of about 110 important vegetable species. The accounts are presented in a detailed format and illustrated with a line drawing and a distribution map.
  8. 1/1/1975 This is a report on plants that show promise for improving the quality of life in tropical areas. Because the countries in this zone contain most of the world's low-income populatons this report is addressed to those government administrators, technical assistance personnel, and researchers in...
  9. This pamplet discusses the deep attachment that Tahitians have to their plants.