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Methods of growing and hybridizing small-seeded leguminous crops in an artificial climate



Methods of growing and hybridizing small-seeded leguminous crops in an artificial climate



Selektsiya, semenovodstvo i tekhnologiya vozdelyvaniya mnogoletnikh trav v Severo Zapadnoi oblasti Nechernozemnoi zony RSFSR: 57-63



Clover and lucerne, which produce large numbers of flowers, are seen as presenting practical problems for hybridization in an artificial climate, when small numbers of seeds are required.

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