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Polish agricultural research completed in 1987


, : Polish agricultural research completed in 1987. Informator o Wynikach Badan Naukowych Zakonczonych, 5 Ochrona Roslin: 81

This issue contains abstracts of 67 pieces of research on plant protection in Poland in 1987. The main subjects covered are diseases and pests of various crops, including insects, fungal pathogens and nematodes.

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