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Regulation of sugar beet growth

, : Regulation of sugar beet growth. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 11): 44

Accounts are given of the general characteristics, generally low toxicity and type of growth-regulating action of dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) and succinic acid.

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