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Problems and results of Foeniculum vulgare cultivation in large scale production in Hungary

, : Problems and results of Foeniculum vulgare cultivation in large scale production in Hungary. Acta Horticulturae (73): 297-302

The results are discussed of weed control (especially of Cuscuta minor), pest control and mechanical harvesting trials on fennel grown for essential oil.

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