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Encyclopedia of Herbs and Spices

P. N. Ravindran

Biology and Breeding of Food Legumes.(2011) Edited By Pratap A, Kumar J

 

This two volume pack provides coverage of the botany, chemistry, functional properties, medicinal uses, culinary uses and safety issues of over 250 species of herbs and spices. Beginning with an introductory chapter on the definition, classification, history, and applications of herbs and spices worldwide, it presents each one in an easily accessible manner including up-to-date nomenclature and taxonomy, and beautifully illustrations and figures.

Encyclopedia of Herbs and Spices is available to pre-order from www.cabi.org/bookshop/ at the special price of £350! Simply enter the code CCHS50 at the checkout.

*Discount is valid on individual orders (max 10) on cabi.org/bookshop, until 12th December 2017

 

Get a 15% discount on the Handbook of Pest Management in Organic Farming, the only available comprehensive review of insect pest management in organic systems, worth £175, when you purchase both Pest Management titles together.

Both the Handbook of Pest Management in Organic Farming and Integrated Pest Management in Tropical Regions are authored by a team of international specialists in pest control and will be an essential resource for researchers and extension workers in crop protection, integrated pest management and biocontrol, and organic farming systems.

Enter code CCPEST15 to get your discount on these Pest Management books at the CABI Bookshop (valid until 31st December 2017). Or to PRE-ORDER contact Marston and quote CCPEST15:

T:+44 (0)1235 465577 F: +44 (0)1235 465555 E: direct.orders@marston.co.uk

 

Handbook of Pest Management in Organic Farming   Integrated Pest Management in Tropical Regions

 

 

Edited by Dr Razaq Raj, Leeds Beckett University, and Dr Kevin Griffin, Dublin Institute of Technology, titles in this series examine the practical applications, models and illustrations of religious tourism and pilgrimage mangement from a variety of international perspectives. They illustrate the principles related to religion, pilgrimage and the management of tourist sites, providing an increased understanding of this vital aspect of tourism studies.

The following recent and forthcoming titles are now available to order from www.cabi.org/bookshop with 25% discount - simply enter the code CCRTP25 at the checkout.

Pilgrimage and Tourism to Holy Cities, Ideological Perspectives and Practical Management, 2015, edited by Maria Leppäkari and Kevin Griffin Conflicts, Religion and Culture in Tourism The Many Voices of Pilgrimage and Reconciliation

Medicinal Plants of the World

By Ben-Erik van Wyk and Michael Wink

Looking at more than 350 of the best known medicinal plants of the world, this reference text provides a colourful overview of their uses around the world. It provides quick answers to questions such as: Where does this plant originate? What does it look like? In which culture is it traditionally used? What is it used for? Which chemical compounds does it contain? How safe is it?

This new edition has an additional 30 plant species, many new and improved photographs and the text has been fully updated to reflect the latest regulatory status of each plant.

9781786393258

Medicinal Plants of the World is now available to purchase with 20% discount - simply enter the code CCMPW20 at the checkout on cabi.org/bookshop*.

*Discount is valid on individual orders (max. 10) on cabi.org/bookshop, until 31st December 2017