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About this book series

This series examines economically important horticultural crops selected from the major production systems in temperate, subtropical and tropical climatic areas. Systems represented range from open field and plantation sites to protected plastic and glass houses, growing rooms and laboratories. Emphasis is placed on the scientific principles underlying crop production practices rather than on providing empirical recipes for uncritical acceptance. Scientific understanding provides the key to both reasoned choice of practice and the solution of future problems.

Commissioning Editor

To discuss a proposal for a book in this series, please contact the Commissioning Editor.

CABI In Wallingford

Rebecca Stubbs

Plant Sciences, Human Nutrition and Food Sciences

T: +44 (0) 1491 822417 E: r.stubbs@cabi.org

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Mushrooms

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Cut Flowers and Foliages

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Sweet Cherries

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Strawberries

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Carrots and Related Apiaceae Crops

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Cucurbits

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Tropical Root and Tuber Crops

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Citrus

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Tomatoes

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Blueberries

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Grapes

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Blackberries and Their Hybrids

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Peas and Beans

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Raspberries

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Tropical Fruits, Volume 2

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Peppers

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Tropical Fruits, Volume 1

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Bananas and Plantains

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Olives

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Onions and Other Vegetable Alliums

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Vegetable Brassicas and Related Crucifers

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Coffee, Cocoa and Tea

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Lettuce, Endive and Chicory

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Ornamental Bedding Plants

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Ornamental Bulbs, Corms and Tubers