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Vegetation management in northern Britain

Monograph, British Crop Protection Council (30): 198
Vegetation management in northern Britain
This publication presents the proceedings of a symposium organised by the Scottish Agricultural Colleges and the British Crop Protection Council, held at Peebles Hotel Hydro on 27th-29th March 1985.

Accession: 001507083

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