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Organic Fruit Production and Viticulture

Organic Fruit Production and Viticulture (Paperback)

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Fruit production is one of the most challenging areas of organic growing, and those wanting to grow fruit organically have often found it difficult to obtain the necessary technical information. Essential reading for serious gardeners, smallholders, small-scale organic growers and farmers wishing to diversify their crop range, this book covers the organic cultivation of all of the most popular pome and stone fruits, strawberries, cane and bush fruits. A separate wide-ranging chapter, written by Roy Cook, is provided on the important subject of viticulture.

Home & GardenGardeningGardening: plantsGardening: growing fruit & vegetablesHome & GardenGardeningSpecialized gardening methodsOrganic gardeningNatural World & The EnvironmentAgriculture & farmingHorticultureViticulture Publisher: The Crowood Press Ltd Publication Date: 25/09/2009 ISBN-13: 9781847970923  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Stella Cubison, BSc (Hons) Horticulture, is a fruit researcher working for Garden Organic (formerly the Henry Doubleday Research Association), a charitable organization dedicated to research into organic gardening, farming and food. Stella conducts and co-ordinates a variety of fruit-related research activities at Garden Organic. She has worked on several DEFRA-funded projects in the UK, chiefly concerning organic apple and strawberry production, carried out in conjunction with East Malling Research. She has written a number of articles and guides relating to organic fruit growing. Resident - East Sussex

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