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Fundamentals of temperate zone tree fruit production


, : Fundamentals of temperate zone tree fruit production. Fundamentals of temperate zone tree fruit production: xi + 400 pp.

This book covers a wide range of topics related to fruit growing and is intended for those actively involved in temperate pome and stone fruit production, including growers, nurserymen, advisors, postharvest specialists, teachers and students. It aims to explain the underlying principles of fruit cultivation.

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