2 edition of survey of the soils and fruit in the Vale of Evesham, 1926-1934 found in the catalog.
survey of the soils and fruit in the Vale of Evesham, 1926-1934
Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries.
|Statement||D.A. Osmond ... [et al.].|
|Series||Bulletin -- no.116|
|Contributions||Osmond, D. A.|
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Investigations were carried out in the period and it is expected that a full report of them will be published in bulletin form by the Ministry of Agriculture.
The notes given here summarize the main features of the extent, physiography, climate, geology and soils and of fruit and vegetable culture in the Vale of Evesham, the main conclusions reached on soils and fruit and the Cited by: 1.
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The book describes a picture of agriculture in poor condition, and suggests reforms which would improve matters (although he was optimistic about the future for the Vale of Evesham).
The book was well received, and subsequently many of Rider Haggard’s suggestions were included in the Development Act of He favoured co-operative societies. pp, maps, one folding in pocket at rear, black and white photographs, data and graphs in text, appendix of folding charts detailing chemical data on plant material on a) leaves and terminal shoots and b) fruit pulp.
This is an ex-library copy in recent binding of gilt titling on maroon cloth boards, very slight spine fading. Library stamps, remains of lending label to tile page, a few page. A survey of soils and fruit in the Vale of Evesham Bulletin of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, London () 46 G.
ROBINSON horticultural industry in the s and 70s. A much more apparent growth came in the last two decades of the nineteenth century when other factors such as the need to innovate, favourable market Cited by: This banner text can have markup.
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