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Related to Horticultural Sciences
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QH Natural history, Ecology, Biology
SB Plant Cutlure
Horticulture Research: Theory and Practice by Horticulture is an evolving field of agriculture that has seen tremendous shift in the last few decades. This book attempts to understand significant concepts in this field with the help of topics such as effects of external factors on plant growth, plant physiology, vegetable and fruit yield, etc. It includes advanced researches and explanatory case studies by internationally acclaimed experts.
Publication Date: 2016-06-02
Founding Gardeners by For the founding fathers, gardening, agriculture, and botany were elemental passions, as deeply ingrained in their characters as their belief in liberty for the nation they were creating. Andrea Wulf reveals for the first time this aspect of the revolutionary generation. She describes how, even as British ships gathered off Staten Island, George Washington wrote his estate manager about the garden at Mount Vernon; how a tour of English gardens renewed Thomas Jeffersons and John Adams faith in their fledgling nation; how a trip to the great botanist John Bartrams garden helped the delegates of the Constitutional Congress break their deadlock; and why James Madison is the forgotten father of American environmentalism.
Publication Date: 2011-03-29
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