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The structure of plum and sour cherry root systems on common chernozems in the Donbass area

Sadivnitstvo Resp Mizhvid Temat Zbornik (22): 3-9

The structure of plum and sour cherry root systems on common chernozems in the Donbass area

Root distribution in the 2 species was studied in relation to irrigation, fertilization and soil cultivation and the findings are discussed.

Accession: 000555448

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