The Propagation of Plants: Giving the Principles which Govern the Development and Growth of Plants, Their Botanical Affinities and Peculiar Properties; Also, Descriptions of the Process by which Varieties and Species are Crossed Or Hybridized, and the Many Different Methods by which Cultivated Plants May be Propagated and Multiplied
O. Judd Company, 1916 - 339 páginas
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