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Biological and economic properties of some outstanding prune cultivars grown in the Lim river valley






Acta Horticulturae: 129-136

Biological and economic properties of some outstanding prune cultivars grown in the Lim river valley

Tabulated data on the following are presented for eight plum varieties: (1) rate of progression of the various growth stages in a year, (2) pollen germination, tube growth and self compatibility, (3) yield, weight and quality of fruit and (4) average trunk dimensions.


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