(1) The Cultivation of the Oil Palm Some Essential Notes (2) Rubber: Its Sources, Cultivation, and Preparation (3) The Banana: Its Cultivation, Distribution, and Commercial Uses

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    THE trio of books under notice deal with three important tropical products, the first being chiefly associated with European colonies in western equatorial Africa, the other two being widely exploited.

    (1) The Cultivation of the Oil Palm. Some Essential Notes.

    By F. M. Milligan. Pp. xiv + 100. (London: Crosby Lockwood and Son, 1914.) Price 2s. 6d. net.

    (2) Rubber: Its Sources, Cultivation, and Preparation.

    By Harold Brown. With a Preface by Dr. W. R. Dunstan. Pp. xiii + 245 + xii plates. (London: John Murray, 1914.) Price 6s. net.

    (3) The Banana: Its Cultivation, Distribution, and Commercial Uses.

    By W. Fawcett. With an Introduction by Sir Daniel Morris. Pp. xi + 287 + plates. (London: Duckworth and Co., 1913.) Price 7s. 6d. net.

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    (1) The Cultivation of the Oil Palm Some Essential Notes (2) Rubber: Its Sources, Cultivation, and Preparation (3) The Banana: Its Cultivation, Distribution, and Commercial Uses. Nature 93, 608–609 (1914) doi:10.1038/093608a0

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