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Introduction of hybrid tea roses in the Crimean steppe


, : Introduction of hybrid tea roses in the Crimean steppe. Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 71): 37-41

Of 82 varieties of this type introduced into this area of the Ukraine, 48 were selected on the basis of an evaluation of economic characteristics and recommended for growing in the steppe zone.

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