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    The Muslim store of knowledge concerning flora and fauna in the lands they controlled, together with experience in cultivating a wide variety of foodstuffs, enabled agriculture to thrive, especially in Western areas such as Spain, which was, in this as in other ways involving the sciences, far in advance of the rest of Europe.

    Science in medieval Islam
    By Howard R. Turner
    Page 164

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