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Introduction to Horticulture

by Charles B. Schroeder Eddie Dean Seagle Gerard Krewer John M. Ruter Lorie M. Felton William Terry Kelley Jasper S. Lee

This basic text with larger than usual type, simple language, and essentially traditional content offers beginning horticultural students an overview of the field, scientific basics, greenhouse management and production, nursery management and production, floriculture products, landscaping, turfgrass, food crops, and tools and technology. The editors cite such improvements in this updated edition (previous edition: 1997) as more photographs, increased technological applications, greater emphasis on environmentally-friendly approaches, some rewritten sections, and a new chapter on horticultural business management. Annotation c. Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Introduction to Horticulture (4th edition)

by Charles B. Schroeder Eddie Dean Seagle Gerard Krewer John M. Ruter Lorie M. Felton William Terry Kelly

The Fourth Edition of Introduction to Horticulture represents a major step forward for horticulture books in agricultural education. The attractive, student-friendly book has been expanded and made much more appealing. Changes from the prior editions have made this book increasingly useful in the hands of students.

Introduction to Landscaping: Design, Construction, and Maintenance (3rd Edition)

by Charles B. Schroeder Ronald J. Biondo

Landscaping is one of the fastest growing segments of the horticulture industry. Introduction to Landscaping: Design, Construction, and Maintenance offers a practical approach to establishing and maintaining residential landscapes. It introduces the various aspects of the landscape industry to students of horticulture and agriculture from a horticultural perspective. This book has been organized in three distinct parts--landscape design, landscape construction, and landscape maintenance.

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