Principles of Horticulture
Principles of Horticulture, Second Edition covers the various topics concerning plant cultivation for agricultural use. The book is comprised of 17 chapters that tackle the various areas of concerns in horticulture.
The coverage of the text includes the nurturing aspects of horticulture, including growth and development, genetics and breeding, and nutrition. The book also covers the various threats and problems encountered by horticulturists, such as pests, weeds, and harmful microorganisms.
The text will be of great use to researchers and practitioners of plant-related fields, such as botany, agriculture, and particularly horticulture.
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Chapter 11 Fungi Bacteria and Viruses
Chapter 12 Control Measures
Chapter 13 Soil as a Growing Medium
Chapter 14 Soil Water
Chapter 15 Soil Organic Matter
Chapter 16 Plant Nutrition
Chapter 17 Alternatives to Growing in the Soil
Chapter 9 Large Pests
Chapter 10 Small Pests Soil Organisms and Bees
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