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First international symposium on tropical and subtropical fruits, Lima, Peru, 8-14 February, 1976

, : First international symposium on tropical and subtropical fruits, Lima, Peru, 8-14 February, 1976. Acta Horticulturae (57): 274

The following papers are presented: Recent advances in the propagation of some tropical and subtropical fruit species in Peru, by O. Duarte B. and R. Franciosi T.; Seasonal changes in carbohydrate levels and rooting efficiency of macadamia, by D.B. Cormack and G.C. Bate; Significance of nitrogen on the growth, flowering and fruiting of mango cultivars, by J.P. Tiwari and C.B.S. Rajput; Current advances on mango research around the world, by S.K. Mukherjee; Mango cultivars in Ica by J.P.

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