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Seed To Harvest

Author : Octavia E. Butler
ISBN : 9781453271759
Genre : Fiction
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The complete Patternist series—the acclaimed science fiction epic of a world transformed by a secret race of telepaths and their devastating rise to power. In the late seventeenth century, two immortals meet in an African forest. Anyanwu is a healer, a three-hundred-year-old woman who uses her wisdom to help those around her. The other is Doro, a malevolent despot who has mastered the power of stealing the bodies of others when his wears out. Together they will change the world. Over the next three centuries, Doro mounts a colossal selective breeding project, attempting to create a master race of telepaths. He succeeds beyond his wildest dreams, splitting the human race down the middle and establishing a new world order dominated by the most manipulative minds on Earth. In these four novels, award-winning author Octavia E. Butler tells the classic story that began her legendary career: a mythic tale of the transformation of civilization. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Octavia E. Butler including rare images from the author’s estate.
Category: Fiction

From Seed To Harvest

Author : Rebecca L Cooper
ISBN : 9781468951998
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 66.99 MB
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Have you felt like there must be more to life than where you are currently? Do you have a desire to passionately pursue your greatest potential? In this book Rebecca gives you the strategies to take you from seed to harvest. You will learn what it takes to go from desiring more to achieving more. It all starts with a seed, without a seed nothing can grow. There is MORE to life than what you see and now is the time to plant and produce a harvest in your life!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

How To Grow Marijuana

Author : Tom Whistler
ISBN : PKEY:6610000064571
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 21.78 MB
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Marijuana or weed to some people, has been the subject of debates for years. So many talks have been going around because some states have legalized the use of recreational marijuana. There are some quarters that are pushing for marijuana to be legalized for medical use. With this development, people have started to explore the possibility of growing marijuana right in their own backyard. This book is written especially for those who have decided to grow and cultivate marijuana on their own. This is also for those who have tried but failed, and wouldn’t want to commit the same mistakes they made the first time they tried to cultivate marijuana in their backyard or indoors. Cultivating your own marijuana “garden” is made easier with this book. Why should you buy this book? You should buy this book because it presents a simpler approach to cultivating and growing marijuana. Second, the step-by-step guide is easy to understand and follow. These are some of the few things you will learn from this book: Guide to cannabis cultivation Seed selection and germination methods Guide for proper care for outdoor and indoor cultivation Common issues encountered and their solutions Guide to pest control and prevention Guide to cannabis harvesting A list of the medical benefits of marijuana use And more... Cultivating your own marijuana doesn’t have to be complicated. This book will show you the simple approach, step by step.
Category: Gardening

Seed And Harvest

Author : Wladimir Konstantinowitsch Korostowetz
ISBN : UCAL:$B674869
Genre : Korostovetz, Vladimir
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Seeds Handbook

Author : Babasaheb B. Desai
ISBN : 082474800X
Genre : Science
File Size : 56.59 MB
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Revised and expanded throughout, this latest edition of the bestselling Seeds Handbook: Biology, Production, Processing, and Storage includes valuable information on all areas of seed biology, production, and processing. The author, one of the most respected and prolific scientists in the field, identifies current developments in seed testing and certification, storage, transportation, and distribution. Tracking the evolution and advancement of seed industries and technologies, he fully covers the development and supply of high-quality seeds for every key agronomic and horticulture crop. Contains methods to enhance the genetic and physiological characteristics of more than 80 major and minor crops With an abundance of current research and additional figures and illustrations, this edition of the Seeds Handbook offers chapters on modern biotechnological issues such as the production of synthetic seeds, loss-reduction biotechnologies, and new strategies in the seed production industry. It provides in-depth information on burgeoning areas of seed science including tissue culture and cellular totipotency, induction and regeneration protocols, development and maturation, hormone requirements, drying and storage of somatic embryos, protective encapsulation, and crop applications. With an eye to the future, it looks at challenges in the provision and enhancement of seeds for crop plants, practical methods of seed production and micropropagation, genetically modified seeds, and world food security.
Category: Science

Seed Dormancy Germination And Pre Harvest Sprouting

Author : Chengdao Li
ISBN : 9782889457625
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Pre-harvest sprouting (PHS) and late-maturity alpha-amylase (LMA) are two of the biggest grain quality defects that grain growers encounter. About 50 percent of the global wheat crop is affected by pre-harvest sprouting to various degrees. Pre-harvest sprouting is a genetically-based quality defect and results in the presence of alpha-amylase in otherwise sound mature grain. It can range from perhaps undetectable to severe damage on grain and is measured by the falling numbers or alpha-amylase activity. This is an international issue, with sprouting damage lowering the value of crops to growers, seed and grain merchants, millers, maltsters, bakers, other processors, and ultimately the consumer. As such it has attracted attention from researchers in many biological and non-biological disciplines. The 13th International Symposium on Pre-Harvest Sprouting in Cereals was held 18-20 September, 2016 in Perth to discuss current findings of grain physiology, genetic pathways, trait expression and screening methods related to pre-harvest sprouting and LMA. This event followed the previous symposium in 2012 in Canada.