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Horticultural science

Horticultural science

CABI's range of horticulture online resources, journals and books covers the entire range of horticultural crops grown for food, amenity, industrial uses and health. The subject has expanded over the years to cover all areas of plant science, from molecular biology to crop production and storage, and includes aspects of a number of related subjects, such as soil science and engineering, reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of horticulture.

We source literature from around the world to provide information and develop knowledge and skills in the science and production of crops growing in the tropics, subtropics and temperate zones, outdoors and in greenhouses, using techniques suitable for production systems ranging from small-scale enterprises to extensive and intensive high technology systems.

 

New in 2016: Horticulture Science

In June 2016 we launched Horticultural Science, an internet resource covering tropical, subtropical and temperate crops and regions. It is an essential resource for scientists, researchers, students and all those who need to keep up-to-date with current research and trends in horticultural science.

 

Coming in 2017: Horticulture Compendium

Our horticulture team is currently developing an online encyclopedic authoritative source of datasheets covering the characteristics, cultivation, harvesting and postharvest aspects of horticultural food crops, including chapter-like articles on topics of overarching interest to horticulture. The Horticulture Compendium will be an exciting addition to CABI’s Compendium series

 

CABI Editorial Advisory Board for Horticulture 

CABI's Editorial Advisory Board for Horticulture is chaired by Dr Dyno Keatinge MBE. Dr Keatinge brings 43 years of crop agronomy experience to the post, having previously held the position of Director General of AVRDC (the World Vegetable Center) and Chair of AIRCA (the Association of International Research and Development Centers for Agriculture). Watch an interview with Dr Keatinge.

View the CABI Editorial Advisory Board for Horticulture

 

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Advances in PGPR Research

Rhizosphere biology is approaching a century of investigations wherein growth-promoting rhizomicroorganisms (PGPR) have attracted special attention for their ability to enhance productivity, profitability and sustainability at a time when food securi...

Invasive Alien Plants: Impacts on Development and Options for Management

Invasive alien plants pose a major threat to agriculture and livelihoods worldwide. This book considers those impacts and options for biological control, through a case study of mikania weed, a neotropical invasive plant in many countries in the trop...

Peas and Beans

This practical book provides an accessible overview of all aspects of pea and bean production, including botany and physiology, breeding, agronomy, weed management, pests and diseases, harvesting, nutritional value and uses. It also reflects on the ...