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The contribution of plant and animal production to the nation's environment. Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute of Agricultural Science and the New Zealand Society for Horticultural Science convention 1996, Ruakura, Hamilton, New Zealand, 26-29 August, 1996


, : The contribution of plant and animal production to the nation's environment. Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute of Agricultural Science and the New Zealand Society for Horticultural Science convention 1996, Ruakura, Hamilton, New Zealand, 26-29 August, 1996. The contribution of plant and animal production to the nation' s environment Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute of Agricultural Science and the New Zealand Society for Horticultural Science convention 1996, Ruakura, Hamilton, New Zealand, 26-29 August, 1996: many pages

The 66 contributed platform and 26 poster presentations given at the New Zealand Society of Horticultural Sciences Annual Convention held 24-26 August 1998 at Hawkes Bay, New Zealand consider subjects related to industry, soils and water, plants, animals and dairy products.

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