- Author:Dorothy Dowdell
- Publisher:Messner; Revised edition (1975)
- Subcategory:Agricultural Sciences
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Careers in Horticultural Sciences book.
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Horticulture is defined as the ""cultivation and utilization of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants,"" which covers a lot of ground, much of it more commercial . county agent and in horticultural and agricultural journalism.
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Dorothy Florence Dowdell, American novelist. Recipient Jack London award, 1977. Member American Association of University Women, California Writers Club. Tree farms;: Harvest for the future. The Dowdells decided to write this book about tree farms. The Dowdells decided to write this book about tree farms when they learned about the many abandoned gold-mining properties in the Sacramento area that were being planted to tree farms. E3HB8/?tag prabook0b-20.
Book Condition: This is a used text in good condition. It may have some writing and highlighting. His credentials include a BS degree in Agricultural re from the University of Maryland and an MS in Agricultural re from West Virginia University. Mr. Shry is an active member of many professional organizations including the American Horticultural Society, the American Nurserymen's Association and the National FFA Alumni Association.
Personal Name: Dowdell, Dorothy.
Careers in horticultural sciences. Rev. ed. by Dorothy Dowdell. Discusses the potentials of many different careers in the horticultural sciences, including advice on training, education, and financial rewards. Bibliography: p. 215-216. Published 1975 by Messner in New York.
Dowdell, Dorothy; Dowdell, Joseph, joint author; Ebert, Len, illus. some content may be lost due to the binding of the book. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Japanese Americans, Japanese Americans. New York, J. Messner.
Another 27% will be in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
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