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Vegetable soybean for sustainable agriculture

Huang, S -C, Hsieh, S -C, Liu, D -J Taichung District Agricultural Improvement Station Special Publication; The impact of biological research on agricultural productivity: 379-385

Vegetable soybean for sustainable agriculture

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