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By: RHM Langer and GD Hill
386 pages, 113 line diags, figs, tabs
Intended to bridge the gap between classical botany and agronomy.
' ! a valuable resource and can be used as a textbook in certain courses and as a reference by persons needing a general volume on a wide variety of crops.' Carl S. Hoveland, Field Crops Research
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