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The reaction of various vegetable crops to organic or mineral fertilization based on experimental results in the years 1922-1969


, : The reaction of various vegetable crops to organic or mineral fertilization based on experimental results in the years 1922-1969. Acta Horticulturae (29): 237-246

A general account of the results of long-term trials covering a wide range of vegetable crops.s.


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