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Research on greenhouse rose stocks


, : Research on greenhouse rose stocks. Acta Horticulturae (43(1)): 161-165

An outline is given of research at Frejus since 1970 on the selection of rootstocks for winter rose production. The material under study consists of 12 types originating from R. indica major and about 800 types from diploid seedlings similar to R. indica major. No results are quoted.

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