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Design and analysis of provenance trials in Pakistan


, : Design and analysis of provenance trials in Pakistan. Productive use of saline land: Proceedings of a Workshop held at Perth, Western Australia, 10-14 May 1991: 38-44

A provenance trial was developed to identify highly productive genotypes of halophytic shrubs on salt-affected soils in Pakistan. Its design and the pro forma for routine measurements are described. A database was compiled using the Quatro Pro (IBM) spreadsheet software to analyse results.


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