Grass Yearbook Of Agriculture 1948
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Grass Yearbook Of Agriculture 1948. If you are wondering how the USDA could fill 892 pages discussing grass, this book is an eye opener. Grass is important to the farmer for feeding livestock but it plays many other important roles in our lives including conservation of other resources. It provides us with decorative species for our gardens and green space around our homes. Even if you are not a farmer, you can become the neighborhood expert simply by consulting the detailed pictures and descriptions in this book. Government Yearbooks are not light reading but, if you're intrigued by the growing number of decorative grasses available at your local nursery, you'll appreciate the reference value of this book. 16 pgs. color photos, 16 pgs. b&w photos, and many extremely detailed drawings. Interior is in near mint condition. Dark green cloth cover has light corner/spine end denting and minor edge wear.
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