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Vegetable variety trials, 1971


, : Vegetable variety trials, 1971. Progress Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University (98): 4

Summarized results of trials in Alabama, USA, involving varieties of sweet corn, tomato, cucumber, Lima bean, squash, potato, egg plant, okra and snap bean are presented.

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