Cotton: History Species Varieties Morphology Breeding Culture Diseases Marketing & Uses

By: Harry Bates Brown

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Aptly illustrated through diagrams and photographs and enriched with tables of relevant scientific data and copious references for further and deeper information — this work brings together a considerable body of information concerning the vital aspects of cotton crop and cotton industry. Begins with a brief historical survey of the origin and development of cotton and cotton industry in different parts of the world, followed by a discussion of the cotton plants in various relationships — its botanical species, agricultural varieties, morphology, physiology, reproduction, and heredity. Described further are subjects relating to cotton production — cotton breeding, fertilizers, soils, climate, culture, diseases, harvesting and ginning. This is followed, in turn, by a review of phases of cotton marketing — classification, cotton marketing proper, and cotton exchanges. Finally products and uses of different parts of the cotton plants have been discussed. With a comprehensive subject index that makes reference hunting easier, appended to the book, it is a work of lasting importance of Scholars, researchers, agricultural scientists, cotton growers as well as all those linked with cotton industry and cotton marketing. Printed Pages: 605 with figures, tables, bibliographies and indexes.

Title: Cotton: History Species Varieties Morphology Breeding Culture Diseases Marketing & Uses

Author Name: Harry Bates Brown

Categories: Genetics, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biology, Agriculture and Farming,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Daya Publishing House: 2007

ISBN Number: 8176220671

ISBN Number 13: 9788176220675

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Size: 15 x 23 Cm

Seller ID: 037088

Keywords: India Biotechnology Biochemistry Microbiology Plants Agriculture Morphology Cotton Breeding