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Vegetable varieties recommended by the State Seed Control Department

Kehittyva Maatalous (13): 29-37

Vegetable varieties recommended by the State Seed Control Department

A committee has been set up by the Finnish Centre for Agricultural Research to agree on a national list of vegetable varieties which on the results of trials can be recommended for cultivation. A recommended variety will be designated by the suffix SF followed by the year of recommendation.

Accession: 000260868

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