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Grapevines in the Chilean desert






Progres Agricole et Viticole 104(20): 449-451

Grapevines in the Chilean desert

The cultivation of table grapes in the Copiapo valley (latitude 27 degrees 5'), which has only 10 mm rain/year, is described.


Accession: 001604590



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