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The avocado in the Canary Islands. Actual crop situation and evaluation of cultivars appropriate for the region






Acta Horticulturae: 63-71

The avocado in the Canary Islands. Actual crop situation and evaluation of cultivars appropriate for the region

A collection of varieties established on the north side of Tenerife in 1969 is used both as a source of material and for evaluating varieties.


Accession: 000526572



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