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Breeding carnations for disease resistance in Southern California


, : Breeding carnations for disease resistance in Southern California. Acta Horticulturae: 165-168

Results of 8 yr work involving 8-10 generations of selective breeding of commercial types of carnations for soil-borne disease resistance are presented.


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