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Very early apple in the valley of the central reaches of the Amurdar'ya

, : Very early apple in the valley of the central reaches of the Amurdar'ya. Turkmenistan SSR Ylymlar Akademijasynyn Habarlary, Biologik Ylymlaryn (2): 64-65

A detailed description is given of a small-fruited form of the local Turkmen variety Dzhovzapazek-alma, a derivative of the polymorphic species Malus sieversii, which is considered of potential breeding value owing to its earliness, regular bearing, heat resistance and salt tolerance.

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