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The Genesee Farmer

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American Gardening

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THE FARMER S MAGAZI

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Some Common Disinfectants

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Agroplantae

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The Rural New Yorker

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The Technologist

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Agricultural science in South Africa

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Proceedings of the Parliament of South Australia

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The Gardener s Assistant Practical and Scientific

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The Garden

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Birds of My Kalam Country

Author : Ian Saem Majnep
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This is a bird book with a difference. A young New Ginuea Highlander, born before Europeans first entered his home area, describes the birds his people know and name. Ian Saem Mjnep is a Kalam, from the Kaironk Valley in the Schrader Range, on the northern fringes of the Central Highlands of Papua New Guinea. In the twenty-five square miles of the mountain forest, garedn land, and grasslands of the Upper Kaironk 140 bird species are known to occur, including many of the birds of paradise for which New Guinea has for so long been famous. Saem describes 137 of these, as well as others from neighboring areas at lower altitudes, an impressive documentation of the extent and accuracy of neolithic natural history. He also describes six kinds of bats, for bats are classified as birds by Kalam. Saem not only describes the appearance and habits of the birds, but relates bird lore to many aspects of the life and thought of his people, to hunting, gardening, ceremonials, mythology, and magic. He reveals the Kalam knowledge of other animals and of plants. He also gives an insight into the momentous transition his people have undergone in the past twenty years, from stone-age isolation and autonomy to integration and participation in the newly independent nation of Papua New Guinea.

The Florida Agriculturist

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Annual Progress Report Central Tuber Crops Research Institute

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Oral Literature of the Trio Indians of Surinam

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And Some Brought Flowers

Author : Mary Alice Downie
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Originally published in 1980, 'and some brought flowers' partners 70 stunning full-colour watercolours of plants discovered by early travelers to North America with numerous excerpts from the writings of early explorers and settlers. Arranged in alphabetical order (from "Ash" to "Wintergreen") each entry is accompanied by botanical descriptions and historical quotations describing the plants and reflecting on their uses, both practical and aesthetic. The result is a fascinating history of North American gardening customs, of the professional botanists traveling along the paths of the pioneers and of the settlers who responded with both astonishment and practical common sense to the rich variety of plant species they saw before them. Contributors include Jacques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, Louis Hbert, Alexander Henry, John Franklin, Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe, and Catherine Parr Traill.

Tuber Crops

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The Gardener s Assistant

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Gardeners World Practical Gardening Handbook

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In this brilliant official companion to Gardeners' World, lead presenter Toby Buckland offers a complete guide to making you a better gardener. Toby sees the garden as connected to the kitchen, the compost heap and the world beyond. He encourages us to turn gardening into an adventure rather than a list of chores. It becomes a workshop to fashion an apple press from skip-scavenged timber, or a warm greenhouse sanctuary. Borders aren't just for weeding, they're for strawberries by the punnet-load. Piles of golden leaves along the roadside aren't just the soggy debris of autumn but the potential for soil-enriching leaf mould. Opening our eyes to these connections helps us appreciate the joy of gardening, and this book teaches you the craft. However big or small your plot, whether you are starting from scratch or looking for new ideas to refresh an established scheme, the Practical Gardening Handbook will show you how to bring your garden alive.