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A contribution to a study on the value of the bioclimatic index in the agro-ecological conditions of Serbia



A contribution to a study on the value of the bioclimatic index in the agro-ecological conditions of Serbia



Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 49(175): 171-181



A bioclimatic index (BCI) for grapevines based on ecological factors (sunshine hours, active temperature sums, precipitation and length of growing period) and latitude and altitude was devised.

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