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Effect of rootstock and soil lime content on the growth and leaf chlorosis in Williams pears



Effect of rootstock and soil lime content on the growth and leaf chlorosis in Williams pears



Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 26(1-2): 35-41



In field and container trials with soils of different lime content, quince Ba 29 rootstock produced better nursery trees with less leaf chlorosis than quince MA.

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