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


, : Results of investigations on the varietal causes of biennial bearing in plum. Acta Horticulturae: 35-50

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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