Getting Started in the Production of Field-Grown, Specialty Cut Flowers
426-618 (SPES-171P) This publication provides an overview of production systems, inputs, handling, and marketing channels for specialty cut flowers. 8.5 x 11, 10 pages, DS, color, 24#, single staple upper-left
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