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Spice plants

by Marc Borget

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This text covers in detail the botany, origins, propagation, genetic improvement, management and harvesting of a variety of common spice crops. Methods of storage, preparation and processing, their nutritional properties, as well as the variety of uses for spices - from flavouring to perfumes are also dealth with. Other titles in the "Tropical Agriculturalist" series include "Sheep", "Pigs", "Goats", "Dairying", "Animal Breeding", "Upland Rice", "Tea", "Cotton", "Weed Control", "Cocoa", "The Storage of Food Grains and Seeds", "Poultry", "Rabbits", "Draught Animals", "Ruminent Nutrition", "Sugar Cane", "Maize", "Plantain Bananas", "Coffee Growing", "Food Legumes", "Cassava" and "Sorghum".

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