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Biennial bearing in mango - retrospect and prospect






Acta Horticulturae (24): 145-148

Biennial bearing in mango - retrospect and prospect

A review, dealing with varietal and nutritional responses, the movement of flower-reducing substances and the maturity of fruiting shoots.


Accession: 000028834



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