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Results of investigations on the varietal causes of biennial bearing in plum


Acta Horticulturae: 35-50
Results of investigations on the varietal causes of biennial bearing in plum
Two hypotheses concerned with alternate bearing are considered. According to the first hypothesis, the varieties which have the strongest biennial-bearing tendencies are the most fertile.


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