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Contribution to study of quality and economy of drying of different kinds of prunes


, : Contribution to study of quality and economy of drying of different kinds of prunes. Acta Horticulturae: 213-221

Cvs Pozegaca, Stanley and Italian Prune were dried in 3 types of dryer.

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