By Kishan Gopal Ramawat, Jean-Michel Merillon
Bulbous crops are people with organs for nutrient garage and those contain tubers, corms, and bulbs. they are often decorative or suitable for eating, herbaceous or perennial. very important examples of such vegetation are potato, candy potato, yam, arrowroot, and dahlias. This e-book focuses in most cases on economically vital foodstuff vegetation, their propagation concepts, plant development and improvement, tuber caliber, and crop protection.
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