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Effect of frost damage on peach varieties in Hungary



Effect of frost damage on peach varieties in Hungary



Acta Horticulturae ( 254): 255-256



The extent of damage during the winters of 1984-87 was determined. Greatest damage occurred in 1987 when temperatures fell to -28 degrees C.

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