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The influence of the sowing date on the growth and development of pepper


, : The influence of the sowing date on the growth and development of pepper. Acta Horticulturae (52): 137-142

Seeds of 3 capsicum cvs were sown in hotbeds on 6-8 February and 3-4 March, and in cold beds on 20 April and 16-17 May.


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