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Fruits Of Warm Climates

by Julia Francis Morton

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We operate an Edible Landscape Nursery in SW Florida, and also assist Third World development workers with technical information. There is no book in our library that is used as much this one. We thought so much of it that when the autor died we obtained the entire remaining stock to make sure it remained on the market for years to come.

Book Description
This 505 page book is an exceptionally exhaustive source of information on tropical and subtropical fruits. It is a well-illustrated and very readable, practical guide for those interested in growing tropical and subtropical fruits either for the home garden or commercially. The fruits are grouped by family. Covered under each fruit are: description, origin and distribution, varieties, cultivation, climate, uses, pests and diseases, propagation and nutritional information.

About the Author
The late Julia F. Morton was Research Professor of Biology and Director of the Morton Collectanea at University of Miami, a research and information center devoted to economic botany. She was an internationally recognized authority on economic plants, particularly ornamental, edible, medicinal and toxic species. She was the author of 10 books and co-author of or contributor to 12 others; she wrote 94 scientific papers and co-authored 27 others.



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