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         Crop Production:     more books (100)
  1. Hydroponic Crop Production by Joe Romer, 2000-04-01
  2. Principles of Field Crop Production (4th Edition) by John H. Martin, Warren H. Leonard, et all 2005-07-02
  3. Handbook of Potato Production, Improvement, And Postharvest Management (Crop Science) by Jai Gopal, S.M. Khurana, 2006-08-11
  4. Rice: Origin, History, Technology, and Production (Wiley Series in Crop Science)
  5. Principles of Crop Production: Theory, Techniques, and Technology (2nd Edition) by George Acquaah, 2004-07-24
  6. Corn: Origin, History, Technology, and Production (Wiley Series in Crop Science)
  7. Mycorrhizae in Crop Production (Crop Science)
  8. Grapes (Crop Production Science in Horticulture) by G.L. Creasy, L.L. Creasy, 2009-01-21
  9. Ball RedBook, Volume 2: Crop Production: 17th edition (Ball Red Book)
  10. Cotton: Origin, History, Technology, and Production (Wiley Series in Crop Science)
  11. Bananas and Plantains (Crop Production Science in Horticulture) by John C Robinson, Víctor Galán Saúco, 2010-01-09
  12. Principles of Vegetable Crop Production by R. Fordam, A. G. Biggs, 1985-03
  13. Managing the Potato Production System by Bill Bryan Dean, 1994-04-29
  14. Breeding Field Crops by D. A. Sleper, 2006-07-24

181. Flax Production In The 17th Century
s of flax fiber, its properties and uses, and methods of processing. From Jamestown Historic Briefs.......Brief history on growing flax crops for linen manufacturing.

182. AgroTech
USA. Farmbased company, specializing in the dissemination of technologies concerning the industrial utilization of agricultural fibers, new production techniques, alternative crops and marketing strategies. The site includes a large industrial agricultural fiber directory.

183. Funded Research - USDA Record
Alternative crops in North Dakota. Among the study topics is Assess the market potential for hemp production.

184. Institute Of Vegetables And Ornamental Crops
The Institute carries out basic and applied research supporting the sustainable production of vegetable and ornamental plants and the rational use of natural resources. Located approximately 20 km south of Berlin, the Institute was a research center for vegetable crops since 1925. Grossbeeren/Erfurt e.V. (Germany).

185. Market Journal Clip ArchiveUniversity Of Nebraska-Lincoln
March 14, 2003 Featured Topic/Managing Risk DroughtAdapted crop, Water, andPest Management Strategies Length 3228 From the University of Nebraska's

186. Experimental Agriculture
Experimental Agriculturepublishes the results of original research, from any source, on the agronomy of field, plantation and herbage crops grown for human or animal food, or for industrial purposes, and on systems of agricultural production, including livestock.

187. Commercial Vegetable Production- Oregon State University
Commercial Vegetable production Guides which contain information on producing vegetables crops in the Pacific Northwest. Research reports also available.

188. Home Grown Cereals Authority
Focused services for United Kingdom cereals and oilseeds industries, to improve production, profitability and marketing. Crops include barley, wheat, oilseed rape, and linseed. Research reports going back to 1995 can be ordered by levy payers and possibly others.

189. HortResearch
New Zealand's largest horticulture and food research organisation. Focus is on the production of superior plants and crops, improved management methods, better plant health and high quality produce, all in a sustainable manner. Fruit, flowers, other horticultural crops and timber trees form the basis of research.

190. Green Valley Growers, Inc.
A retail greenhouse and farming operation specializing in the production of seasonal ornamental plants and crops for sale directly to consumers.

191. Nutrient Management For Commercial Fruit Vegetable Crops In Minnesota
Provides guidelines for economically and environmentally sound use of fertilizers in commercial fruit and vegetable production. From the University of Minnesota.

192. Berkeley County Agriculture
Lists major farm crops and production statistics.

193. Clay Station Seed
Producing, conditioning, and marketing certified seed crops with emphasis on sudangrass and clover seed production.

194. Greenhouse Vegetable Production - University Of Georgia
Information on site selection, glasshouse design, production methods, fertilization and harvesting. Crops covered include cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes and leafy vegetables.

195. Výzkumný ústav Rostlinné Výroby

196. Greenhouses For Aquaculture And Fish Farming
GLOBAL AQUATICS. SECONDARY CROPS. Tomatoes in the background and water Hyacinthsin the front as well as other crops are possible in an. S92 aquaculture system.

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