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1. Nebraska horticulture.
Cover-title; no index.

2. Eco-friendly polymeric material for horticulture application - Oliveira, M.; Mota, C.; Abreu, Ana S.; Machado, A. V.
Poly(lactic acid) (PLA), was mixed with wood fibers, coffee grounds, fertilizer and a foaming agent to developed a ecofriendly material to be used in horticulture. The developed materials should have mechanical properties similar to PLA, increasing biodegradability and lower price. The materials were prepared by melt processing in an internal mixer at 190??C and were characterized by several techniques. The mechanical properties of the bio-composites, measured by flexural tests, were similar to neat PLA even with a reduction of 40 wt. % of polymer. Biodegradation assessment by composting tests in aerobic environment demonstrated that the green materials developed exhibited higher biodegradability than PLA. Bio-composites containing wood...

3. Journal of a tour in Italy : and also in part of France and Switzerland; the route being from Paris, through Lyons, to Marseilles, and thence to Nice, Genoa, Pisa, Florence, Rome, Naples, and Mount Vesuvius; and by Rome, Terni, Perugia, Arezzo, Florence, Bologna, Ferrara, Padua, Venice, Verona, Milan, over the Alps by Mount St. Bernard, Geneva, and the Jura, back into France; the space of time being from October, 1828, to September, 1829. Containing a description of the country, of the principal cities and their most striking curiosities; of the climate, soil, agriculture, horticulture, and products; of the prices of provisions and of labour; and of the dresses and conditions of the people. And also some account of the laws and customs, civil and religious, and of the morals and demeanour of the inhabitants in the several states / - Cobbett, James Paul, 1803-1881.; Muirhead, Arnold, former owner. IU-R; Cobbett, William, 1763-1835, publisher.; William Cobbett Collection (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library) IU-R; Mills, Jowett and Mills, printer.
Includes index.

4. The Ginkgo in America - Peter Del Tredici
During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, private estates played a central role in the development of American horticulture. Wealthy landowners enthusiastically planted everything they could get a hold of in a spirit of experimentation. Most of these gardens are now either badly overgrown or totally destroyed. The few that remain are fully mature and give little indication of the reckless abandon with which they were originally planted. Wodenethe, Henry Winthrop Sargent’s estate in Beacon, New York, is a good example of this horticultural experimentation. Between 1840 and 1882, Sargent planted hundreds of exotic species, many of which had never been...

sustainable horticulture. In present she is PhD ( doctorand) in frequency in Horticulture domain, specialization Vegetable Growing under scientific order of BERAR.

6. Outline of greenhouse laboratory work / - Green, Samuel B. (Samuel Bowdlear), 1859-1910.; Strandberg, Ione, donor. MnU; Thatland, Eugene, former owner. MnU; Mackintosh, R. S.
Mode of access: Internet.

7. Transactions. - Massachusetts Horticultural Society.
Beginning with the year 1920 The Reports formerly published as Part 2 of the Transactions, are published separately.

8. Proceedings of the annual meeting. - Louisiana State Horticultural Society.
List of members in each volume.

9. Apple standardization law; reprint from Horticultural statutes of the state of California, 1919, issued by the State commissioner of horticulture ... - California.; California. State Commission of Horticulture.
Mode of access: Internet.

10. Johnson's Gardener's dictionary. - Johnson, George William, 1802-1886.; Dewar, D. (Daniel), 1860?-1905.; Wright, Charles Henry.
"List of works quoted": p. [1070]-1072.

11. Spray calendar, - Price, Robert Henderson, 1864-; Ferguson, Alexander McGowan, 1874-; Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Dept. of Horticulture and Mycology.
At head of title: Texas Agricultural Experiment Stations. Department of Horticulture and Mycology.

12. Annual report ... annual meeting. - Oregon Horticultural Society.; Oregon Lily Growers Association. Proceedings of the Oregon Lily Growers Association.
Vol. 19-22 include proceedings of the Oregon Lily Growers Association, 1st-4th (1927-1930).

13. Third biennial report of the proceedings of the Eighth State Fruit Growers' Convention, Santa Rosa, November 8, 1887. - California State Fruit Growers' Convention; California. State Board of Horticulture.
"Under the auspices of the State Board of Horticulture."

14. California's horticultural statutes : with court decisions and legal opinions relating thereto / - California.; California. State Board of Horticulture.
Cover title: Horticultural statutes of California.

15. Horticultural statutes and county ordinances of California in force July 1, 1905; with list of horticultural officers of the State of California corrected to June 1, 1905. - California.; California. State Commission of Horticulture.
At head of title: California. State Commission of Horticulture, Ellwood Cooper, Commissioner.

16. California's horticultural statutes with court decisions and legal opinions relating thereto, also county ordinances relating to horticulture and list of state and county horticultural officers corrected to March 1, 1908. - California.; California. State Commission of Horticulture.
Mode of access: Internet.

17. The relationship between learning style and level of cognition of instruction of horticulture teachers - Jamie Cano; Associate Professor; Susan Metzger; Extension Associate
The flexibility for learners to learn begins with the teacher's style of learning and the levels of cognition utilized in the classroom. Teachers have the basic capability to learn and teach; however, they are not all able to learn and teach effectively in the same exact way. The current study sought to determine the learning style and cognitive level of instruction of central Ohio horticulture teachers. The Florida Taxonomy of Cognitive Behaviors (FTCB) and the Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) were used to assess the level of cognitive instruction (FTCB) and the learning style (GEFT). The results indicated that 44...

The water holding capacity of coarse textured soils is low. It can be increased by the addition of soil conditioners such as the cross-linked polymers (PAM). A synthetic anionic acrylic copolymer (ALCOSORB®400) was mixed with a sandy soil at 5 different rates (0, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3 % PAM by weight) and subjected to 5 different irrigation regimes (3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 days interval between 2 irrigations). Soybean (Glycine max; CV Stephens) was grown during the period from January to March 2001 in pots containing 800 g of treated soil under glasshouse environment. Dry matter productions at...

19. A method for creating collaborative mobile learning trails. Convergence Workshop, Intersecting and integrating collaborative-mobile-inquiry learning - Kevin Walker
In this paper I report results from recent trials in which students used mobile devices to collaboratively create, edit and share trails. These included 9- to 10-year-olds as well as adult diploma students, in the subject of horticulture in botanic gardens. Findings indicate that a narrow subject focus and a manageable amount of data capture are appropriate in most cases; trails are most effective when framed with structured tasks and a narrow focus. Structure can be introduced through the use of collaboration scripts that specify tasks, roles and groups. Findings also show that audio is an important mode for communication...

20. A Comparison of Traditional and Non-traditional Students’ Reasons for Enrolling in an Agricultural Education Course - Julie Harlin; Bill Weeks
While expanded course offerings in areas like Horticulture and Natural Resources have increased Agricultural Education enrollments in the 1990s, student organization membership in the FFA has continued to decrease (National FFA Organization, 1999). Likewise, supervised

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