2 edition of Australian field crops found in the catalog.
Australian field crops
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Alec Lazenby and E. M. Matheson.|
|Contributions||Lazenby, Alec., Matheson, E. M., B.S.Agr.|
|LC Classifications||SB187.A78 A9|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76358718|
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About the Author P.T. Bailey All the 40 authors contributing to this book have many years’ field experience of managing insects and allied forms in Australian field crops and/or pastures. This comprehensive handbook on economic entomology for Australian field crops and pastures is the first of its kind.
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