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The influence of the choice of planting material on tulip bulb production






Acta Horticulturae (47): 407-412

The influence of the choice of planting material on tulip bulb production

Tulip bulbs of a particular stock of the Apeldoorn known to have a low daughter-bulb productivity were selected for planting, using 2 methods.


Accession: 000544200



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