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Clonal selection in the variety Beszterce

, : Clonal selection in the variety Beszterce. Acta Horticulturae: 111-119

Examination of a collection of material belonging to the variety Beszterce demonstrated the heterogenous nature of this variety. Among the characters studied were fertility, yield, crown breadth and fruit quality.

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