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Towards the rational use of high salinity tolerant plants. Vol. 1. Deliberations about high salinity tolerant plants and ecosystems



Towards the rational use of high salinity tolerant plants. Vol. 1. Deliberations about high salinity tolerant plants and ecosystems



Towards the rational use of high salinity tolerant plants Vol 1 Deliberations about high salinity tolerant plants and ecosystems: xix + 521 pp.



Proceedings of the first ASWAS (Above Sea Water Salinity) conference, 8-15 December 1990, at the United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, on the development of harvestable ecosystems using water above seawater strength salinity for irrigation.

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