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Influence of the sowing time and the size of sets on the yield and marketable quality of onions


, : Influence of the sowing time and the size of sets on the yield and marketable quality of onions. Acta Horticulturae (52): 253-258

In Serbian conditions better results were obtained from spring than from autumn planting of sets.


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