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1. Potential of local bio-geoengineering to mitigate dangerous temperature increases in a global warming scenario - Nogués Mestres, Salvador; Azcón Bieto, Joaquín
Crops and forests are already responding to rising atmospheric carbon dioxide and air temperatures. Increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations are expected to enhance plant photosynthesis. Nevertheless, after long-term exposure, plants acclimate and show a reduction in photosynthetic activity (i.e. down-regulation). If in the future the Earth"s temperature is allowed to rise further, plant ecosystems and food security will both face significant threats. The scientific community has recognized that an increase in global temperatures should remain below 2°C in order to combat climate change. All this evidence suggests that, in parallel with reductions in CO2 emissions, a more direct approach to mitigate...

2. Notes on fruit ; Notes on Vegetables ; Notes on some hardy and desirable ornamental trees and shrubs / - Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954.
"Department of Horticulture and Landscape Gardening"--Cover.

3. Hints on rural adornment, with lists of hardy ornamental plants ; Horticultural experiments, and lists of recent acquisitions in fruits / - Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954.
"Department of horticulture and landscape gardening"--Cover.

4. Notes on tomatoes / - Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954.
"Department of Horticulture and Landscape Gardening"--Cover.

5. Abstract twentieth report, 1906-07 : plant disease, horticulture, weeds, insects / - Hills, J. L. (Joseph Lawrence), 1861-; Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station.
Includes index.

6. Meteorological tables May--November : to accompany garden notes and other reports of field observations. Notes on small fruits, the orchard and ornamental plants / - Keffer, Charles A. (Charles Albert), 1861-1935.
Cover title.

7. Ornamental planting / - Card, Fred W. (Fred Wallace), 1863-1941.
"Vol. XI, Article I"--Cover.

8. Performance of an ultrasonic ranging sensor in apple tree canopies - Escolà i Agustí, Alexandre; Planas de Martí, Santiago; Rosell Polo, Joan Ramon; Pomar Gomà, Jesús; Camp, Ferran; Solanelles Batlle, Francesc; Gràcia, Felip; Llorens Calveras, Jordi; Gil Moya, Emilio
Electronic canopy characterization is an important issue in tree crop management. Ultrasonic and optical sensors are the most used for this purpose. The objective of this work was to assess the performance of an ultrasonic sensor under laboratory and field conditions in order to provide reliable estimations of distance measurements to apple tree canopies. To this purpose, a methodology has been designed to analyze sensor performance in relation to foliage ranging and to interferences with adjacent sensors when working simultaneously. Results show that the average error in distance measurement using the ultrasonic sensor in laboratory conditions is ±0.53 cm. However,...

9. AIDS - Annelies Goger; Andy Hull; Stephanie Barrientos; Gary Gereffi; Shane Godfrey
This background paper was prepared on behalf of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), with the goal of providing insights to policy makers about how African countries can make the most of globalization for inclusive development, examining the risks and opportunities of global value chain participation in Africa. The report is based on the Capturing the Gains research project led by Professor Stephanie Barrientos at the University of Manchester and Professor Gary Gereffi at Duke University. It brought together an international research network of experts from North and South to investigate, research, and promote strategies for fairer trade...

10. 1. State, Federal, or other inspection certificates shall accompany invoice for - B. Related Sections; A. Standards; B. Plant List
1. Plants shall be firstclass representatives of the specified species or variety, in healthy condition with normal welldeveloped branch and root systems, free of objectionable features, and shall conform to requirements as follows: a. USDA Standards for Nursery Stock. b. AAN Standardized Specifications. c. American Joint Committee on Horticulture (AJCH) (plant names shall meet standards of AJCH). d. American National Standard Institute (ANSI) (nursery stock shall meet ANSI standard specifications).

11. WLG 165 Home Horticulture from the Ground Up... - Richard K. Zimmerman; Wvu Extension Specialist
Landscaping your home may be a major challenge, but following a well thought out plan or design will help you create the landscape you want. Landscape design is the art of organizing and enriching outdoor

12. Les fleurs animées / - Grandville, J. J., 1803-1847.; Raban, 1795-1870.; Karr, Alphonse, 1808-1890.; Delord, Taxile, 1815-1877.
Vol. 2 includes Botanique et horticulture des dames, by Cte. Foelix (pseud. of L.F. Raban).

13. Le Japon à l'Exposition universelle de 1878 : publié sous la direction de la Commission impériale japonaise. - Japan. Commission impériale japonaise à l'Exposition universelle de Paris de 1878.; Paris Universal Exposition of 1878.
ptie.1. Géographie et histoire du Japon -- ptie. 2. Art, éducation et enseignement, industrie, productions, agriculture et horticulture.

14. in Queensland’s horticulture industryIntroduction
Land management practice trends

15. Source: Microsoft Virtual Earth Instructors - Fall Semester; Austin Troy
Purpose and description New York City is currently undergoing a major multi-million dollar planning effort to improve the quality of its urban environment as part of its PLANYC (www.nyc.gov/html/planyc2030). Two of the many goals of this plan are to ensure that no New Yorker lives more than 10 minutes from green open space and that 1 million trees be planted (as part of the Milliontrees NYC campaign; www.milliontreesnyc.org). A good deal of NYC's Million Tree goal was based upon analysis performed by the US Forest Service and UVM Spatial Analysis Lab. Students in this class will work directly with personnel...

16. Review of International Political Economy 12:1 February 2005: 78–104 The governance of global value chains - Gary Gereffi; John Humphrey; Timothy Sturgeon
This article builds a theoretical framework to help explain governance patterns in global value chains. It draws on three streams of literature – transaction costs economics, production networks, and technological capability and firm-level learning – to identify three variables that play a large role in determining how global value chains are governed and change. These are: (1) the complexity of transactions, (2) the ability to codify transactions, and (3) the capabilities in the supply-base. The theory generates five types of global value chain governance – hierarchy, captive, relational, modular, and market – which range from high to low levels of...

17. 1. State, Federal, or other inspection certificates shall accompany invoice for - Part General; B. Related Sections; A. Standards; B. Plant List
1. Plants shall be first-class representatives of the specified species or variety, in healthy condition with normal well-developed branch and root systems, free of objectionable features, and shall conform to requirements as follows: a. USDA Standards for Nursery Stock. b. AAN Standardized Specifications. c. American Joint Committee on Horticulture (AJCH) (plant names shall meet standards of AJCH). d. American National Standard Institute (ANSI) (nursery stock shall meet ANSI standard specifications).

18. Spring catalogue of new and beautiful plants 1875 : dahlias, verbenas, petunias, fuchsias, phloxes, roses, geraniums, chrysanthemums, etc. ... / - R. G. Hanford (Firm, Columbus, Ohio)
At head of title: Established 1855.

19. Science and practice or gardening : in which are explained and illustrated the principles that regulate all the operations of horticulture; including demonstrations of the phenomena of the germination, growth, diseases, and death of plants / - Johnson, George William, 1802-1886.
"With numerous wood engravings."

20. O jardineiro brazileiro : livro proprio para as pessoas, que quizerem ter noções de horticultura / - Salles, Paulo.
Mode of access: Internet.

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