Melvil Decimal System: 635.1
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Agriculture & Animal Husbandry
Handicraft and Occupations
Techniques, apparatus, equipment, materials
Pests; Hindrances; Blights; Insects
Crops Grown In Fields
Fruits; Orchards; Vineyards
Dairy: Milk, Butter, Cheese
Potatoes, Garlic & Onion
Works under MDS 635.1
- Carrots Grow Underground (Pebble Books: How Fruits and Vegetables Grow) by Mari C. Schuh
- Carrots Grow under the Ground (What Grows in My Garden) by Anne Rooney
- The One-Minute Gardener by Derek Fell
- Golden Hands Gardener's Diary in Colour by Vivien Bowler
- A Gardener's Journal: The Art & Practice of Gardening by Penelope Hobhouse
- Buried Treasures: Tasty Tubers of the World (Brooklyn Botanic Garden All-Region Guide) by Beth Hanson
- Grow the Best Root Crops by Weldon Burge
- Carrots (Welcome Books: Harvesttime) by Inez Snyder
- Greenhouse gardening for everyone by Ernest Daniel Chabot
- Buried Treasure : Roots & Tubers (Plants We Eat) by Meredith Sayles Hughes
- Vegetables - The American Horticultural Society Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Gardening by Min S. - Editorial Director; Sinnes Cort - Editor Yee, A.
- Beetroot: The Vitality Plant & Its Medicinal Benefits by Margaret Briggs
- The Carrot and Other Root Vegetables by Millicent E. Selsam
- The Life Cycle of a Carrot (Pebble Plus: Plant Life Cycles) by Linda Tagliaferro
- The Complete Carrot by Caroline Francis
- Red beet biotechnology : food and pharmaceutical applications by Bhagyalakshmi Neelwarne
- Gardening in Small Spaces : The American Horticultural Society Illustrated Encyclopedia of Gardening by The American Horticultural Society
- The gardens for all book of root crops by Dick Raymond
- Dyrk dine egne rodfrugter by Richard Bird
- Folk och potatis by Gunnar Arnborg
- Gardening Like a Ninja: A Guide to Sneaking Delicious Edibles into Your Landscape by Angela England
- Tropical Root and Tuber Crops: Production, Perspectives, and Future Prospects (Fao Soils Bulletin,) by I. Chukuma Onwueme
- Polecamy do uprawy warzywa nowości: brokuł, roszponka... by Fajkowska Helena
- Carrots and Related Vegetable Umbelliferae (Crop Production Science in Horticulture) by Vincent E. Rubatzky
- Basme Romanesti by Alexandru Stanese
- Growing a Salad Bar Garden
- Wild and Cultivated Carrots (Daucus Carota L.) by International ... Institute
- How to Grow Root Vegetables: A practical gardening guide to growing beets, turnips, rutabagas, carrots, parsnips and potatoes, with step-by-step techniques and over 185 photographs by Richard Bird
- Cool Carrots from Garden to Table: How to Plant, Grow, and Prepare Carrots (Checkerboard How-To Library: Cool Garden to Table) by Katherine Hengel
- Potatisen : praktisk handbok för potatisodlare by Otto Djurle
- Potatis by Hugo Osvald
- Principles of speedwriting shorthand workbook by Joe M. Pullis
- Tropical Root Crops: Production and Uses in Africa (Idrc221) by E. R. Terry
- How to save your own vegetable seeds by Heather Apple
- Recognition of Air Pollution Injury to Vegetation: a Pictorial Atlas
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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