1. 1/1/2008 Ever wanted to know the genus name for a coconut? Intended for all your research needs, this encyclopedia is a comprehensive collection of information on temperate and tropical fruit and nut crops. Entries are grouped alphabetically by family and then by species, making it easy to find the...
  2. Recurso clave 19/1/1987 [Reference Book] Available full-text in USDA's national Agricultural Library http://naldr.nal.usda.gov (search Martin, Agriculture Hanbook 1987) The edible fruits of the Tropics are many in number, varied in form, and irregular in distribution. They can be categorized as major or minor. Only...
  3. 10/6/2008 This publication offers scientists, graduate students, extension faculty, and other professionals an opportunity to increase their knowledge of tropical fruit crop horticulture, production, and plant physiology. 3 copies 267 pages, illustrated, PowerPoint slides
  4. A listing of tropical fruit trees and vines including scientific and common names with a description of the plant.
  5. The books's forcus is on commercial production rather than subsistence. It emphasizes techniques to produce good quality fruits and nuts that can be sold and fetch good prices. It outlines techniques for propagating and planting, gives options for processing produce of each species, and tells how...
  6. Discusses the quality of American food, explains how to select the most nutritious varieties of fruits and vegetables, and offers advice on their cultivation, harvest, and storage
  7. 19/1/1990 This publication discusses the role of fruit trees in tropical agroforestry systems. 29 pages 2 copies
  8. This book is a compilation of articles by various authors on tropical fruits, herbs, and spices, etc.
  9. This book lists 100 tropical fruits, nuts, and spices of Central Africa. It detailsthe description, growing conditions, production, cultivation practices, uses, and nutritional value of each.
  10. 1/1/1981 A listing of Common and Scientific Names for tropical fruit. Along with the names, the native area, season, uses, and propagation are detailed for each. 20 pages