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Land and food : agricultural and related education in the Victorian colleges and the University of Melbourne / Lindsay Falvey and Barrie Bardsley
Bib ID 1543917
Format BookBook
Author
Falvey, J. Lindsay
 
Description Parkville, Vic. : Institute of Land & food Resources, University of Melbourne, 1997 
xx, 266 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0732515564
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 261-263.

Subjects Agriculture -- Study and teaching -- Victoria.
Other authors/contributors Bardsley, J. Barrie (John Barrie), 1938-  |  University of Melbourne. Institute of Land and Food Resources

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