Primrose McConnell's The Agricultural Notebook

Primrose McConnell's The Agricultural Notebook

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Primorse McConnell's The Agricultural Notebook: 18th Edition is a collection of articles about important areas of discussion in agriculture, all of which written by experts from different related fields. The book is divided into four parts. Part 1 deals with concepts related to crop production such as soil - its classifications, mineral components, and physical properties; the benefits, problem diagnosis and system layout, and maintenance of drainage systems; the physiology, nutrition, and kinds of crops; and related problems such as weeds and diseases and their control. Part 2 is concerned with animals important in agriculture and deals with topics such as livestock feeds and the breeding, management, and meat production of cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, and poultry. Part 3 discusses farm equipment such as tractors, crop sprayers, and planting machines. Part 4 tackles the management of the farming business and its staff; it also tackles laws related to agriculture and the health and safety of its personnel. The monograph is recommended for entrepreneurs in the field of agriculture, as well as those concerned in its studies and improvement.Other features may be present, all of which enhance the capabilities of the wordprocessor, for example: spelling checkers, word search facilities, variable typeface founts or the ability to print, automatically, mailshots of standard letters.

Title:Primrose McConnell's The Agricultural Notebook
Author:R. J. Halley, R. J. Soffe
Publisher:Elsevier - 1988-01-01


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