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New Crops for Food and Industry

New Crops for Food and Industry
New Crops for Food and Industry
Since plants not only provide food for man and his domestic animals but also pharmaceutical products and raw materials for industry, the development of new crops is of great importance. However, many plant species remain unexploited or are only utilized at a local level. This book provides information on the current research into the use of such crops and on their development in a commercial setting. Written by scientists from many different countries, it covers a wide variety of both temperate and tropical crops, their cultivation, marketing and development, and the socio-economic and environmental factors influencing their utilization.
0412315009
Springer
Wickens, G.E.
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Haq, N.
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Day, P.
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Wickens, G.E., Haq, N. and Day, P. (1989) New Crops for Food and Industry, London, GB, Springer, 444pp.

Wickens, G.E., Haq, N. and Day, P. (1989) New Crops for Food and Industry, London, GB, Springer, 444pp.

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Since plants not only provide food for man and his domestic animals but also pharmaceutical products and raw materials for industry, the development of new crops is of great importance. However, many plant species remain unexploited or are only utilized at a local level. This book provides information on the current research into the use of such crops and on their development in a commercial setting. Written by scientists from many different countries, it covers a wide variety of both temperate and tropical crops, their cultivation, marketing and development, and the socio-economic and environmental factors influencing their utilization.

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Published date: 30 June 1989

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Local EPrints ID: 75642
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/75642
ISBN: 0412315009
PURE UUID: cc17dcac-1c0b-4098-afc0-f7b2207b5d9f

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:42

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Author: G.E. Wickens
Author: N. Haq
Author: P. Day

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