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Stumps versus seedlings as planting stock for Cordia alliodora in Vanuatu






Forest Research Report, Vanuatu Forest Service (3/86): 12

Stumps versus seedlings as planting stock for Cordia alliodora in Vanuatu

Stumps have been the most widely used type of planting stock in Vanuatu.


Accession: 001959284



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