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Crops for Industry A Practical Guide to Non-Food and Oilseed Agriculture

By: Simon Meakin
370 pages, 100 colour photographs and diagrams
Publisher: Crowood Press
Crops for Industry
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Provides readers with all they need to know about the uses, production and husbandry of a whole range of crops. This invaluable reference work covers both established and new, non-food and speciality crops, as well as a number of edible plant species. More than 35 crops are examined.

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Simon Meakin was brought up on a smallholding, and trained at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne where he gained a BSc(Hons) degree in Agriculture and an MSc degree in Agronomy and Pest Management. After working as an arable agronomist in Southern England, he moved north to work as a grain trader, providing agronomic advice to contracted growers. Simon is now a Director within the Springdale Group Limited, which specializes in the commercialization of non-food and oilseed markets, and has responsibility for the international agronomic development of existing and new crops. Resident: North Yorkshire
By: Simon Meakin
370 pages, 100 colour photographs and diagrams
Publisher: Crowood Press
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