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Effect of N and P on growth and flower production in rose on sodic soils






Indian Journal of Horticulture 56(1): 86-87

Effect of N and P on growth and flower production in rose on sodic soils

Investigations were carried out to study the flowering behaviour of rose plants as affected by various levels of N and P in Uttar Pradesh.


Accession: 003414243



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