Sign up for offers & news
Enter your email address to receive news and special offers.
Lady Park Wood in the Wye Valley, UK was set aside as a 'natural' reserve for ecological research in 1944 and the trees, shrubs and ground vegetation have been recorded in detail ever since. This beautifully illustrated book describes 70 years of observations presenting the most detailed records in Europe...
This no-nonsense, beautiful book is a practical guide guaranteed to inspire any reader, and shows that with a little know-how you can find a plant that will flourish in the many different "ecological niches" available in and around your home.
By Maeve McHugh
A new study of ancient Greek farmsteads from the Classical to the Hellenistic periods combining archaeological and textual data to demonstrate the fundamental role these sites played in ancient Greek agriculture.
By Ian Gordon
Drawing on the interplay between farming and research, this popular textbook provides an updated account of the key techniques for manipulating reproduction in farm animals. It places due emphasis on techniques developed or improved over the last decade, covering technologies for cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, buffaloes, camelids, horses and poultry.
-Selection and editorial matter, James Sumberg; individual chapters, the contributors---Copyright statement, t.p. verso.