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Groundnut cultivation in the rainfed uplands of West Bengal

, : Groundnut cultivation in the rainfed uplands of West Bengal. Indian Farming 38(3): 15-16

Techniques for the cultivation of groundnuts on rainfed uplands of West Bengal are described.

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