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Symposium, Nutrition and fertilization of vegetables, Warsaw, September 1971

, : Symposium, Nutrition and fertilization of vegetables, Warsaw, September 1971. Acta Horticulturae (29): 437

Thirty-five papers were presented of which 21 are abstracted separately and the remainder listed as follows: Investigations on nitrogen nutrition indices of cabbage and cucumber, by M. Mijas and O.

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