This ninth edition of the International Code for the Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants replaces the eighth edition of the Code which was published in October 2009 as Scripta Horticulturae Number 10 and as Regnum Vegetabile Vol.
This edition on Walnuts is the fifth in the "Following Footprints" series published in Scripta Horticulturae (previously published "Following Footprints" volumes cover Almond, Pistachio, Chestnut and Olive).
The Interdisciplinary ISAFRUIT-Vasco da Gama Process and its Resulting House of Quality Method: The next step towards sustainable fruit production while addressing consumer demands with critical problem-oriented research.
Over the next four decades, world population is projected to grow by almost one-third, to more than 9 billion people, of which almost 70 percent will be living in urban areas by 2050. To feed the growing population, farmers in the developi
Horticulture has an image problem. Most people—when they think about horticulture at all—think of the subject in small terms, as merely a pastime synonymous with gardening.
This book is a joint publication of the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), the Association of Agricultural Research Institutions in the Near East and North Africa (AARINENA) and the International Olive Council (IOC) - the 447
A strategy for banana research and development in Africa - A synthesis of results from the conference banana2008, held 5–9 October 2008, Mombasa, Kenya
Species of Prunus that include peach, cherry, apricot, plum, and almond, the most important nut worldwide, have long been considered as gifts of summer.
This eighth edition of the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants (2009) replaces the seventh edition of the Code which was published in February 2004 as Acta Horticulturae Vol. 647 and as Regnum Vegetabile Vol. 144.
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