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Progress in breeding varieties and its exploitation in production. 1. Cereals, root crops and oil crops

, : Progress in breeding varieties and its exploitation in production. 1. Cereals, root crops and oil crops. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin ( 180): 65-73

In this account of Polish breeding and seed production work and its effect on commercial production during 1966-85, and on changes in the pattern during 1986-90, good progress is reported in cereals (especially in yield) and sugarbeet (in monogermy, for example), and to some extent fodder beet, but not in potato.

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