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New crops for food and industry

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This book contains 40 papers presented at the International Symposium on New Crops for Food and Industry held at Southampton University in 1986 and covers a wide variety of temperate and tropical agricultural and horticultural crops, their cultivation, marketing and development and the socio-economic and environmental factors influencing their utilization.

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Accession: 001893511

DOI: 10.1016/0378-4290(90)90029-B

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