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Successes in breeding buckwheat and prospects for its development






Genetika, selektsiya, semenovodstvo i vozdelyvanie krupyanykh kul' tur: 5-9

Successes in breeding buckwheat and prospects for its development

Most of the 25 Soviet varieties released during 1980-89 were bred by selection in hybrid populations.


Accession: 001959650



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