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Cotton: History, Species, Varieties, Morphology, Breeding, Culture, Diseases, Marketing, and Uses

 
Harry Bates Brown (Author)
Synopsis Aptly illustrated through diagrams and photographs and enriched with tables of relevant scientific data and copious references for further and deeper information—this work brings together a considerable body of information concerning the vital aspects of cotton crop and cotton industry. Begins with a brief historical survey of the origin and development of cotton and cotton industry in different parts of the world, followed by a discussion of the cotton plants in various relationships—its botanical species, agricultural varieties, morphology, physiology, reproduction, and heredity. Described further are subjects relating to cotton production—cotton breeding, fertilizers, soils climate, culture, diseases, harvesting and ginning. This is followed, in turn, by a review of phases of cotton marketing—classification, cotton marketing proper, and cotton exchanges. Finally products and uses of different parts of the cotton plants have been discussed. With a comprehensive subject index that makes reference hunting easier, appended to the book, it is a work of lasting importance of scholars, researchers, agricultural scientists, cotton growers as well as all those linked with cotton industry and cotton marketing.
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Bibliographic information

Title Cotton: History, Species, Varieties, Morphology, Breeding, Culture, Diseases, Marketing, and Uses
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition Reprint
Publisher Biotech Books
Language: English
isbn 8176220671
length xiv+592p., Tables; Figs.