NEAR FINE in Very Good Dustjacket. STATED FIRST EDITION. Very light spine lean. Dustjacket very good. Very light edgewear and several small closed tears near top of dustjacket spine. Now mylar protected. Black lettering crisply debossed to spine of maize-colored cloth-covered boards. With 8-page section color photographs (16 photos). A fascinating read! Clean, tight, bright. 377 pp. Written by one of the most foremost agricultural thinkers of our age [he] shows why (and how) we stop our ecological war on nature. The author includes ways of reducing the energy while maintaining yields and building soil fertility. Global issues such as ecologically destructive farming practices are addressed. He also addresses his findings and concerns after travelling through America, Europe and Africa.
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Very Good. 8vo. 2nd printing. Hardcover, 8vo, 377pp. Mildly cracked at pp 192-3 but binding still tight. Faint dust soiling to rear jacket panel. Price sticker remainder on front dust jacket panel, small top edge tear at top corner of rear jacket panel. Very Good. Jacket protected in mylar. All domestic orders $100 and over will be upgraded to USPS Priority shipping at no additional cost.
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