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Rootstock studies in Mangifera indica L






Acta Horticulturae (24): 107-109

Rootstock studies in Mangifera indica L

A Dashehari seedling rootstock was compared with the polyembryonic rootstocks Ambalavi, Mylepalium, Olour and Vellai Kolamban, all grafted with Dashehari scions.


Accession: 000186846



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