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Kenya Forestry Seed Centre


, : Kenya Forestry Seed Centre. Forst und Holz 48(17): 494-498

An account is given of the development and organization of the Centre (part of the Kenya Forestry Research Institute), and its tasks in seed supply, research, conservation of genetic resources, advisory work, training, etc.

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