The Fundamentals of Horticulture: Theory and Practice (Paperback)Chris Bird (editor)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 473
Weight: 1350 g
Dimensions: 276 x 220 x 23 mm
'An exceptionally useful informative and most importantly up-to-date text for students of horticulture at all levels. Well written with clear illustrations allowing clear understanding of topics. Formatted in the way a good text book should with clear structure and logical progression through subjects. A good range of case studies, revision questions and the glossaries allows for structured independent and student centred learning. The linkage to course syllabus allows both student and tutor alike to use this work as a key reference text for all learning from experiential through to revision.' John Guy, Northumberland College
'This book will no doubt be a great addition to horticultural teaching resources.' The Horticulturist
'... [this] book and its associated website can be recommended not only to horticulture students but also to a wider readership, since they provide a near-comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of their subject.' John Edmondson, New Journal of Botany
'... this is a useful and most welcome addition to a horticulturalist's library.' Leighton Dann, The Biologist
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