Agostino Gallo

Agostino Gallo (14 May 1499 – 6 September 1570) was an Italian agronomist.

Although not a man of letters, Agostino Gallo contributed greatly to the store of written agricultural knowledge of his time. He improved methods of cultivating Italian land by studying classical and modern techniques, as well as introducing new crops, such as Alfalfa and Rice. For these reasons, he is considered the father or restorer of Italian agriculture. His most famous work is ''Giornate Dell' Agricoltura Et De Piaceri Della Villa Etc'', which was published between 1550 and 1569 in several languages. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Gallo, Agostino
Published 1628
Appresso Ghirardo Imberti

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by Gallo, Agostino
Published 1775
Nella stamperia di G. Bossini

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by Gallo, Agostino
Published 1580
Appresso gl'heredi del Bevilacqua

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by Gallo, Agostino
Published 1584
Appresso Camillo Borgominerio

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by Gallo, Agostino
Published 1565
App[r]esso Domenico Farri

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by Gallo, Agostino
Published 1610
Apresso Domenico Imberti