In English, Dutch, French, German, Danish, Swedish, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Latin. Revised edition of Elsevier's Dictionary of Horticulture (1970), edited by J. Nydam and A. de Jong. Apart from the traditional subjects like vegetables, fruits, arboriculture, floriculture, mushrooms, crop science, plant breeding, botany and soil science, it now also includes tropical and subtropical horticulture, herbs and spices, landscaping, arable farming and grasses. More attention has been paid to market planning, economics, education, and extension and labour management. A number of terms relating to apiculture, meteorology and informatics have been introduced and technology has been given more prominence.
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