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Seeds of the Economically Important Woody Plants in Taiwan

By: Ben SP Wang(Author), Ching-Te Chien(Author)
172 pages, colour photos
Seeds of the Economically Important Woody Plants in Taiwan
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Language: English

This book introduces the methods for tree growth, wood utilization, seed collection, seed germination, seed dormancy, seed storage and nursery operations in Taiwan. It is written in English and is easy to understand. It is used by forestry and horticultural staffs at home and abroad, and has practical value. The other two chapters describe the history of Taiwan's forestry and the dormancy of Taiwan's trees.

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By: Ben SP Wang(Author), Ching-Te Chien(Author)
172 pages, colour photos
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