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Vegetable Production by Ib Libner Nonnecke
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Vegetable Production

by Ib Libner Nonnecke

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0442267215, Hardcover)

This is an up-to-date comprehensive text and reference on vegetable production in America and Canada for vegetable growers, handlers and marketers. Divided into three parts, this book discusses principles of vegetable production, explores the science and technology of vegetable crops (covering 12 major crop areas) and provides a glossary of terms used throughout. Nonnecke relates the most useful technology to each topic covered and emphasizes the key role of good husbandry as well as the opportunity for each region to deliver seasonably or year-round abundant, high-quality produce.

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