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Bilberry clones behaviour in native stands and in culture






Acta Horticulturae 61: 325-329

Bilberry clones behaviour in native stands and in culture

Significant differences in pH and titratable acidity were detected amongst clones of Vaccinium myrtillus from five localities in Turin Province.


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