Fertilizers and Crops: Or, The Science and Practice of Plant-feeding; a Presentation of Facts, Giving Practical Methods for Using Fertilizers in Crop Growing, with Special Emphasis on the Reasons Underlying Their Use, and on the Conditions of Their Greatest Efficiency

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Orange Judd Company, 1912 - 734 páginas
 

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