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Herbaariumi käsiraamat (A herbarium manual), author Toomas Kukk.
We have all probably at some time in our lives placed a plant or flower between the pages of a book to dry. In doing so, we have almost started making a herbarium, but it is still a long way to go from there to a proper herbarium. The creation of a proper herbarium is a laborious task, and of course it is sensible to plan such large work so that nothing must be remade later. A herbarium can certainly also have scientific interest; probably every author of a herbarium would want his or her contribution of labour to be worthy of a place in a large scientific herbarium.
Numerous guides have been published at various times on making herbariums. The present manual focuses on Estonian conditions. Essentially, the collecting of plants is a craft where in addition to the methods described every master has his own knacks and personal features. The purpose of the collection of plants remains the same: to produce the best possible herbarium material, well dried and scientifically significant. The most convenient and fastest methods become evident in the course of the actual work.
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