Cut Flowers: Basic Production and Marketing

Growing cut flowers requires an understanding of what makes a flower marketable. This publication analyzes the production, harvest, and marketing of cut flowers, including how to prevent diseases and ...
Fabricante: McManus, Sean
Sku: EB1982E
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