Abstract

Wherever you go... you will find clear and distinct evidence that the British people are really heart and soul devoted to the innocent, delightful, and charming pursuit of gardening; and really to that is due very much of the success of the Society, which long, long ago gave up such matters as Badminton, bowls, and lawn tennis, healthful to body and mind as they may be, and devoted itself entirely, to do all that it could, to advance horticulture, both scientific and practical (1).

J. A Weir

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 1, Madrid, Spain, 459–466, 1974
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