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America's crop heritage

, : America's crop heritage. America's crop heritage, Iowa State College Press, Ames., 156. Price: $3.50,

This survey of plant introductions into the United States shows clearly the very important part played by such men as Fairchild, Lathrop, Hansen, Carleton, Knapp and the earlier statesmen of the U.S. in increasing the agricultural wealth of the Western Hemisphere by introductions from Europe, in particular, but also from Asia and elsewhere.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0022050700062495

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