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Experiences in growing Valeriana wallichii in the German Federal Republic


Acta Horticulturae (73): 315-321
Experiences in growing Valeriana wallichii in the German Federal Republic
The life cycle of valerian is described and detailed advice given on commercial culture for root production.


Accession: 000656551



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