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An Early Crop of Plum's By P. G. Wodehouse
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A collection of early pieces from P. G. Wodehouse, comprising thirteen articles, seventeen short stories and two poems.
The Harvest Years - Bountiful Crop By Jenny Wren
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BY JENNY WREN. Read these little stories aloud to your own family as you sit around the fireplace and reminisce. It is a good habit to get into, for you to also enjoy, 1875 through 1935. The scene is... More > the state of Tennessee in the area of the Cumberland Mountains.< Less
The Harvest Years - Bountiful Crop By Jenny Wren
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BY JENNY WREN. Hardcover edition. Read these little stories aloud to your own family as you sit around the fireplace and reminisce. It is a good habit to get into, for you to also enjoy, 1875 through... More > 1935. The scene is the state of Tennessee in the area of the Cumberland Mountains.< Less
Tree Crops, A Permanent Agriculture By J. Russell Smith
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Beside me was a tree, one lone tree. That tree was locally famous because it was the only tree anywhere in that vicinity; yet its presence proved that once there had been a forest over most of that... More > land—now treeless and waste. The farmers of a past generation had cleared the forest. They had plowed the sloping land and dotted it with hamlets. Many workers had been busy with flocks and teams, going to and fro among the shocks of grain. Year by year the rain has washed away the loosened soil. The hamlets in my valley below the Great Wall are shriveled or gone. Only gullies remain —a wide and sickening expanse of gullies, more sickening to look upon than the ruins of fire. You can rebuild after a fire. Can anything be done about it? Yes, something can be done. Therefore, this book is written to persons of imagination who love trees and love their country, and to those who are interested in the problem of saving natural resources—an absolute necessity... (From Chapter 1)< Less
QUESTION BANK OF CROP PHYSIOLOGY By Krishna Surendar
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THIS BOOK IS MAINLY USED FOR PREPARING ANY COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION LIKE ICAR, IAS, IPS, IFS etc., IT CONTAINS MORE THAN 1000 QUISTIONS WITH SUITABLE ANSWERS.
Diseases of Plantation crops By Dr. R. SELVAKUMAR
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WATER RESOURCES AND CROPPING PATTERN By Dr. VISHWANATH KHOT & Dr. TALWAR SABANNA
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Water is of paramount importance for sustaining life, development and the environment. The availability of water is the key determinant of economic growth and social prosperity. The emerging scarcity... More > of water has also raised a host of issues such as sustainable water supply, equity and social justice, water financing, pricing, governance and efficient water management. Water means solid, liquid and gas, a water molecule is made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom (H2O). Pure water is tasteless, odorless and nearly colorless. There is a fixed amount of water on earth, but only about 3% of it is fresh and available for drinking by human, plants and animals. The other 97% of water, which is mostly stored in the world’s seas and oceans, is salty and undrinkable.< Less
Finding Crop Circles By Ruby Urlocker
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This is a book of poems narrating the story of missing someone who has been abducted by aliens. There are other things in here that don't have to do with that, but that is the main story.
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Genetically Modified Crops: Benefits At a Glance By Sandhya Anand
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Genetically modified crops are the crops whose genetic makeup is changed. The technology enables you to transfer the genome of one organism and allow it to be inserted to another organism. The... More > genetic makeup of an organism specifies its characteristic features. The genetic material of all plants and animals are made of DNA which stands for Deoxyribonucleic Acid. DNA of the organism carries the set of instruction to produce enzymes which carry out the chemical reactions which take place in an organism as a whole. These chemical reactions are numerous and are often interlinked like a complex web. Enzymes are proteins which are important in the biochemical functioning of an organism. DNA also has instructions to produce other proteins which make up the structural features of an organism. For example, the DNA of a plant determines its height, size and shape of leaves, type of flowers, colour of the flower etc. These are visible characters which are cumulatively called as the phenotype.< Less

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