in ones work and being paid well to do it should be complimentary
goals. Unfortunately, too many people attain one without the other.
This book demonstrates that both objectives are not only feasible
but highly have little to do with farming, but much to do with computer
systems, gene splicing, financial systems, providing not just food
but fuels, industrial chemicals, and a wide array of pharmaceutical
medicines. The reader will discover the true world of horticulture
and the stimulating careers that are found within it.
pages, 2001, paperback