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Baker & Taylor
An introduction to horticulture describes conventional and organic methods, the classification and propagation of plants, soil classification, irrigation, and pest control.

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This book explores the wide-ranging realm of horticulture. Presenting lucidly written information on conventional, organic, and sustainable methods, Horticulture covers such topics as the geographical origins of plants, as well as their identification, classification, physiology, breeding, and propagation. This book introduces discussions of plant cultural requirements, soil classification, soil fertility, irrigation, ecology and pest control, garden design, and harvest and post-harvest activities. Students will also learn about career opportunities in horticulture.

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Concentrating on the interrelationships between plants and humans, this series explores the most interesting aspects of plant biology, providing a detailed look at the natural processes that create, build, and sustain life.

Publisher: New York : Chelsea House, c2007
ISBN: 9780791089613 (hardcover)
0791089614 (hardcover)
Branch Call Number: 635 LAN
Characteristics: viii, 125 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm

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