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Darwinian Agriculture reviewed in Science

Allison Snow, whose publications have included some of the best work on gene flow from transgenic crops to weeds, has reviewed Darwinian Agriculture in the journal, Science. Like an earlier reviewer, she noted that I can sometimes be repetitive, but the review was very positive overall. That may explain why Amazon's listing suddenly went from "in stock" to "usually ships within 1 to 3 weeks." You can also order from your local bookstore, Barnes & Noble, or directly from Princeton University Press, whose latest mailing offers a discount.

See also the two-part review by Jeremy Cherfas at the Agricultural Biodiversity Weblog. And if, after reading the book, you agree with Professor Snow that "the book is perfect for discussion-based seminar courses", I may be able to help.

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