Navarro de Andrade's Classical Works, Digitalized!
Do you remember Eucalyptus Paulistana, the Brazilian Giant? If Eucalyptus do exist today as a worldwide commercial timber crop, it is to a great extent thanks to the successful efforts of Edmundo Navarro de Andrade. Pioneer of their silviculture and industrial use, his magnificent work left many footprints. Among them, some of the first books on practical eucalypt cultivation. These classics, scarce and rare books today, have been digitalized thanks to the efforts of Celso Foelkel (ABTCP) and Luiz Ernesto George Barrichelo (IPEF) as a memorial to Navarro on the 100th anniversary of his first book. From Eucalyptologics we will also be sharing them with you, in several installments. Today, Edmundo's first work, "Eucalyptus Cultivation" in its first (1909) and second edition (1918).
Edmundo Navarro de Andrade (1909). A cultura dos Eucalyptus
Typographia Brazil de Rothschild & Comp.154 pp.
[Download PDF - 36.1 MB - Digitalization courtesy Celso Foelkel & L.E.G. Barrichelo]
Edmundo Navarro de Andrade & Octavio Vecchi (1918). Os Eucalyptus: súa Cultura e Exploraçao
Typographia Brazil de Rothschild & Comp. 238 pp.
[Download PDF - 62.0 MB - Digitalization courtesy Celso Foelkel & L.E.G. Barrichelo]
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