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Research and recovery of ancient ornamental plants in Italy to promote floricultural production



Research and recovery of ancient ornamental plants in Italy to promote floricultural production



Acta Horticulturae (598): 79-84



While it is already a long time that the necessity of preserving the genetic patrimony in its integrity has been understood as far as cereals and fodder crops are concerned, very little has been done for this purpose in the sector of ornamental flower crops. The reduction of genetic variability in roses and camellias represents, at present, a very serious problem, since it is impossible to reconstruct the incalculable genetic diversity of nature once it is lost.

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