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A Key to Plants of the Farming and Ranching Areas of the Canadian Prairies

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Title:A Key to Plants of the Farming and Ranching Areas of the Canadian Prairies
Budd, A. C.   
Published:   1952
Publisher:Department of Agriculture, Canada
Tags:botany, non-fiction

Plants commonly found growing in agricultural areas of the prairie provinces can be identified with the use of the keys provided in this book. Native plants and common introduced species of plants are included. Instructions are provided for using the identification keys for those not familiar with the use of dichotomous keys. [Suggest a different description.]

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Author Bio for Budd, A. C.

Archibald Charles Budd (1889-1960) was a Canadian botanist and naturalist. He was born in England but emigrated to Canada as a pioneer farmer on the Prairies. He became interested in the plant community that was new to him and began studying plants. He became curator of an experimental station where he built a collection of 7,000 plants. He assisted in establishing a herbarium at the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History. In 1949 he wrote a handbook called Flora Of The Farming And Ranching Areas Of The Canadian Prairies. He followed this with several other publications. He was a frequent contributor to the Blue Jay, a publication by Nature Saskatchewan. (The Blue Jay)

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