STUDIES IN FORESTRY BEING A SHORT COURSE OF LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES OF SYLICULTURE DELIVERED AT THE BOTANIC GARDEN OXFORD DURING THE HILARY AND MICHAELMAS TERMS , 1893

By: JOHN NISBET DOec

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Bottle Green Cloth Boards with gilt titles to spine, 200 x 140 mm approx. Maroon made end papers, x + 336 pp + 8 page publisher's catalogue. XIV Chapters subjects include Nutrition and food supplies of woodland crops, Soil and situation in relation to woodland growth, Advantages of mixed timber crops over pure woods, formation and general treatment of mixed woods, regeneration of woodland crops, the tending of woods, effects of underplanting, conservation of the productive capacity of woodland soils, fungoid diseases and their prevention etc. VG (Book- no notable shelf wear or soiling to boards, previous owner name and date in ink to prelim. blank. subject related pencil notes to obverse of rear end paper with corresponding pencil marking to passages on noted pages (3). No other defects). Please see our images of the actual book offered for sale.

Title: STUDIES IN FORESTRY BEING A SHORT COURSE OF LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES OF SYLICULTURE DELIVERED AT THE BOTANIC GARDEN OXFORD DURING THE HILARY AND MICHAELMAS TERMS , 1893

Author Name: JOHN NISBET DOec

Categories: Reference, Farming And Horticulture, Agriculture,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: OXFORD, HENRY FROWDE O.U.P. / Printers The Clarendon Press: 1894

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 124080

Keywords: Forestry, Sylviculture, British Forestry, Woodlands, Mixed Cultivation, Soil Nutrition, Soil productivity, The Tending of Woodlands, Reference books., books on line Brighton, ,