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The Sugar beet crop : Science into Practice

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Book is in excellent condition with no marks or blemishes.
Sugar beet is of major economic importance internationally and, as a farm crop, is one of the most demanding for farmers to grow successfully. "The Sugar Beet Crop" looks at sugar beet from all important angles, including the crop's history, biology, breeding, agronomy, nutrition, pests, diseases and weeds, storage, quality, economics and products. Where possible, particular aspects of the scientific basis of potential for the crop's improvement are highlighted.;The editors of the book, themselves experts with wide experience in the crop, have drawn together an extremely impressive group of contributors, each a leading expert in the subject of the chapters they have written.;This book aims to be the definitive work on the crop and should appear on the shelves of all those involved with the crop, including plant scientists and technologists, agricultural research workers, food scientists and technologists and all those working in the sugar beet industry. It should also be available as a reference book for students in all establishments where agricultural and plant sciences, and food science and technology are studied and taught.;This book should be of interest to agricultural scientists, food scientists and technologists; professionals working in sugar beet industry; and sugar beet growers.

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Author(s):
Cooke, D A and Scott, R K
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1993
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0412251302
ISBN-13:
9780412251306
Number of pages:
675
Publisher:
Chapman & Hall
Title:
The Sugar beet crop : Science into Practice

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Book is in excellent condition with no marks or blemishes.
Sugar beet is of major economic importance internationally and, as a farm crop, is one of the most demanding for farmers to grow successfully. "The Sugar Beet Crop" looks at sugar beet from all important angles, including the crop's history, biology, breeding, agronomy, nutrition, pests, diseases and weeds, storage, quality, economics and products. Where possible, particular aspects of the scientific basis of potential for the crop's improvement are highlighted.;The editors of the book, themselves experts with wide experience in the crop, have drawn together an extremely impressive group of contributors, each a leading expert in the subject of the chapters they have written.;This book aims to be the definitive work on the crop and should appear on the shelves of all those involved with the crop, including plant scientists and technologists, agricultural research workers, food scientists and technologists and all those working in the sugar beet industry. It should also be available as a reference book for students in all establishments where agricultural and plant sciences, and food science and technology are studied and taught.;This book should be of interest to agricultural scientists, food scientists and technologists; professionals working in sugar beet industry; and sugar beet growers.

Author(s):
Cooke, D A and Scott, R K
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1993
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0412251302
ISBN-13:
9780412251306
Number of pages:
675
Publisher:
Chapman & Hall
Title:
The Sugar beet crop : Science into Practice

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