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Bonsai: An Art of Miniature Plant Culture

 
S C Dey (Author)
Synopsis The book is designed for those who are eager to have the guidance and instructions for growing their own bonsai. Even those who purchase bonsai or semi-bonsai from the bonsai nursery invariably need the guidance for rearing their subjects. To make the text attractive and interpretative as many as 150 figures have been included in the text. All the line drawings have been drawn by the author himself. An acknowledgement expressing gratitude to the persons concerned is included. They have assisted in providing photographs and transparencies for illustration.
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About the author

S C Dey

S.C. Dey is a well-known rosarian, horticulturist and successful plant breeder who has originated a good number of new cultivars of the rose, dahlia, hibiscus etc. through cross breeding. He has innovated a new propagation technique of dahlia and glory lily by microtubers. He is a celebrated author of as many as twenty seven popular books on horticulture. Of them eight are in English and others in Bengali. His book Dahliar Chas (Dahlia Culture) in Bengali became the best seller on its release at Calcutta Book Fair, December, 1990. Shri Dey regularly contributes to leading horticultural journals especially Indian Horticulture, a quarterly of ICAR. He is considered a veteran judge for his participation in judging work in many leading flower shows of the country since 1970. Shri Dey is a fellow of the National Chrysanthemum Society (England)

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Bibliographic information

Title Bonsai: An Art of Miniature Plant Culture
Author S C Dey
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Agrobios (India)
Language: English
isbn 8177541226
length 121p., Illustrations; 25cm.