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Experimental seed production. Avonresister parsnip



Experimental seed production. Avonresister parsnip



Annual report, 1983: 60-61



Seed was produced on Avonresister in the field, in a polythene tunnel, in pots in a gauze pollination house and in a glasshouse. Satisfactory seed yields were obtained by each method.

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