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Tree Crops: A Permanent Agriculture (Conservation Classics)

by J. Russell Smith

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Acknowledgments Foreword: How to Read This Book   Introduction: A Practical Visionary   PART I. The Philosophy Chapter 1. How Long Can We Last? Chapter 2. Tree Crops--The Way Out Chapter 3. The Plan--An Institute of Mountain Agriculture   PART II. Some Facts about Some Crop Trees to Suggest Some of the Possibilities that Lie in This Proposed Work Chapter 4. Some Stock-Food Trees--The Producers of Bran Substitutes Chapter 5. A Stock-Food Tree, the Keawe, Or Hawaiian Algaroba Chapter 6. A Stock-Food and Man-food Tree--The Carob Chapter 7. A Stock-Food Tree--The Honey Locust Chapter 8. A Group of Stock-Food Trees--The Mesquites Chapter 9. The Real Sugar Tree Chapter 10. A Summer Pasture Tree for Swine and Poultry--The Mulberry Chapter 11. The Persimmon: A Pasture Tree for the Beasts and a Kingly Fruit for Man Chapter 12. A Corn Tree--The Chestnut Chapter 13. A Corn Tree--The Oak as a Forage Crop Chapter 14. Some Bread-and-Butter Trees--The Acorns as Human Food Chapter 15. Nuts as Human Food Chapter 16. A Meat-and-Butter Tree for Man--The Persian Walnut Chapter 17. Another Meat-and-Butter Tree--The Eastern Black Walnut Chapter 18. A Group Of Meat-and-Butter Trees--The Other Walnuts Chapter 19. The Pecan--King of Hickories--A Type Study in Tree Crops Chapter 20. More Meat-and-Butter Tree--The Other Hickories Chapter 21. Some Suggested Lines of Work--The Unexplored Realm Chapter 22. A Peep at the Tropics   PART III. Economics, Farm Applications, and National Applications Chapter 23.  Tree Crops and Farm Management Chapter 24.  Plan or Perish--Tree Crops--The Nation and the Race--A New Patriotism Is Needed   PART IV. Who Will Do the Basic Scientific Work Which This Book Calls For? Chapter 25. Who Is Working Now? Chapter 26. The Great Hope and the Many Little Hopes   Appendix A: Analysis of Feeds for Farm Animals Appendix B: Food Value of the Persimmon and Other Fruits Appendix C: Average Composition of Nuts and Other Foods Appendix D: Food Values of Crop and Livestock Products per Acre Index… (more)

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