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Alternate bearing of apple orchards


, : Alternate bearing of apple orchards. SAD, Revija za Sadjarstvo, Vinogradnistvo in Vinarstvo 10(7/8): 7-9

The phenomenon of alternate or irregular bearing was studied in intensive apple orchards in Slovenia.


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