1. This book is a photographic guide to the best-known and most commonly used food plants of the world. It includes more than 350 different plants that are sources of cereals, nuts, fruits, vegetables, beverages, sugars and starches, cooking herbs, spices and flavours. It is intended to provide...
  2. The purpose of this book is to provide the best and most up-to-date information available to the primary users of this book --the Florida vegetable industry. The book is divided into crops and illustrations.
  3. The purpose of this book is to provide the best and most up-to-date information available to the primary users of this book--the Florida vegetable industry. The book is divided into safety, disease, crops, and illustrations.
  4. The purpose of this book is to provide the best and most up-to-date information available to the primary users of this book--the Florida vegetable industry. The book is divided into safety, marketing, crops, and illustrations for 2004-2005.
  5. This report provides a brief outline of the biology of yield with emphasis on the adaptability of major grain legume species. In doing so only broad principles have been discussed. An effort has been made to project different problems of major grain legumes and they have been given a comparative...
  6. This publication is a compilation of papers presented at a symposium held at the 1982 annual meetings of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America in Anaheim, California. It treats the role of plants as nutrient sources, and presents as...
  7. The book deals with all the main food crops grown in the tropics, the information given being concise and easy to assimilate. For each crop the following aspects are considered: origin and distribution; variesties; environmental requirements; land preparation; planting operations; post-plannting...
  8. The way we currently produce our food is damaging both to ourselves and our planet. There is therefore a need to create gardens, woodlands and farms which are in harmony with nature. Natural ecosystems are good models, but many of the plants they contain are not necessarily edible. What we need...
  9. 20/01/2017 This book is intended as a jumping-off point for creating your own local cuisine based upon what you are growing in your humid subtropical multistory homegarden. It is designed not as a book of recipes, but as a book of tools to allow you to make delicious food using the staple crops and other...
  10. Meant for hobby and commercial growers, the book: Shows the reader how to set up a hydroponic operation with the options of using any of the many hydroponic cultures presently used in the industry to grow vegetable crops Provides background in plant physiology and nutrition essential for growing...