1. 01-01-1985 This pamphlet contains a wealth of information on home gardening propagation.
  2. Unlike animal cells, isolated plant cells, if grownasepticallyin nutrient solution, have an inherent capacity to give rise to a whole plant. This book explores organ cultures, callus culture, cells, Totipotency, Cytodifferentiation, Organogenesis, single cell culture and embryo culture.
  3. Rasilimali Muhimu 01-06-1961 In this study by FAO of the UN an attempt has been made to provide a world-wide review of some aspects of the production, control and distribution of seeds.
  4. Rasilimali Muhimu 01-09-1976 This book is divided into 2 parts. Part I, by R.J. Garner, deals with the establishment and equipment of the nursery, the pots and other containers, the various methods of propagation and with the transplanting of the young plants. This part is well illustrated. Part II is written by various...
  5. Rasilimali Muhimu 01-01-1998 This book is divided into four parts - Part 1 explains what you need to keep a successful nursery. Part 2 describes propagation from seeds and Part 3 covers methods of vegetative propagation. Part 4 gives the best way to propagate 100 selected useful plants. 140 pages, illustrated
  6. 19-07-1994 A technique for removing salts from planting containers.
  7. 19-03-1995 Coconut coir can be used in place of peat for nursery mixes. Coir is the fibrous part of the coconut husk. Tests in Australia and Europe show that this product makes a remarkably adequate substitute for peat.
  8. 19-12-1999 A practical way to increase the number of banana suckers.
  9. 20-10-2008 The solution to production gluts is to extend the season (i.e. have a harvestable product a bit earlier or later than most farmers) or to grow totally out of the normal season. Most crops are not easy to grow out of season. However, pineapple flowering is easily induced at any time of the year...
  10. 01-10-2005 Vegetative propagation of Kale and Collared Greens.