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Basic principles for appraising and selecting plants in the breeding of sainfoin

Vestn s kh nauki Kazakhstana (7): 23-25

Basic principles for appraising and selecting plants in the breeding of sainfoin

The fodder and seed yield characteristics of 10 promising Onobrychis varieties are given.

Accession: 001535075

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