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By: Louis Glowinski(Author)
410 pages, 28 plates with colour photos; b/w photos, b/w line drawings
This authoritative reference and horticultural guide has established itself as the classic work on fruit growing in Australia. It is a practical guide to the selection, culture, uses, pest and disease control of over 200 species of fruit, nuts and berries for temperate and subtropical Australia. The book includes 250 photographs and illustrations, with practical diagrams of basic cultivation techniques. It also includes information about history, folklore, anecdotes, hints, and culinary tips, and where to find rare plants.
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