The Crop Science Database provides access to international scientific literature relating to field crops, fodder crops, and grasslands.
Crop Science Database covers such diverse subject areas as: agronomy, botany, physiology, biochemistry, field production, farming systems, and more. Cereals, legumes, root crops, fiber plants, oilseed plants, tobacco, sugarcane and other items are covered in detail.
Compiled by subject specialists at CABI Publishing, Crop Science Database contains over 700,000 abstracts and citations covering this field of information and providing an ideal source for all professionals and students requiring an international perspective on the wealth of information available on crops.
Containing over 30 years of research from over 75 countries it provides an ideal source for professionals and students requiring an international perspective on the wealth of information available on crops.
Crop Science Database covers such diverse subject areas as:
Updates to this list are produced monthly. Designation of Open Access publications are currently available in the downloadable version.
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Invasive Plant Ecology in Natural and Agricultural Systems
by B Booth, S Murphy, C Swanton
Paperback / 9781845936051 / £37.50 / $72.50 / €50.00
Crop Plant Anatomy
by R Maiti, D Rajkumar, A Ramaswamy, P Satya
Hardback / 9781780640198 / £75.00 / $145.00 / €100.00
by S Allegret, L Arnaud, P Bouloc
Paperback / 9781845937928 / £39.95 / $75.00 / €55.00
Crop rotation to control Diabrotica in Bavaria, Germany
Improving agriculture to improve people’s lives in Pakistan's North West Frontier
Finding viruses in Pakistan to control insect pests
Controlling the cabbage seedpod weevil in Canada
China and UK investigation into benefits and risks of Genetically Modified Crops
Coffee green scale in Papua New Guinea