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Estimation of quantity of eucalypt seeds for sowing in nurseries


, : Estimation of quantity of eucalypt seeds for sowing in nurseries. KFRI Research Report ( 76): iv + 12 pp.

Studies carried out from October 1981 to September 1983 on the optimum sowing rate for Eucalyptus grandis and E. tereticornis are reported from Nilambur, Kerala.

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