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Second international symposium on flower bulbs, Littlehampton-Skegness, 1-6 April, 1974

, : Second international symposium on flower bulbs, Littlehampton-Skegness, 1-6 April, 1974. Acta Horticulturae (47): 425

This symposium comprises 59 papers on flower bulbs, of which 51 have been abstracted separately. The remainder comprise the following: Bulb growing in England and Wales, by A. Moore; Bulb growing in Scotland, by D.H. Turner; bulb research and development, and international cooperation, by P.K.

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