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Horticulture in the Canary Islands



Horticulture in the Canary Islands



HortScience 16(2): 148-149



An account of general conditions, marketing outlets for horticultural products, banana production, avocado production, production of other tropical and subtropical fruits that are currently gaining in importance, vegetable production, and production of cut flowers, notably rose, and ornamental pot plant species.

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