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The cultivars of vegetables and spicy crops included for the first time in 2003 into the State Roster of breeding achievements allowed for use in the Russian federation


The cultivars of vegetables and spicy crops included for the first time in 2003 into the State Roster of breeding achievements allowed for use in the Russian federation



Kartofel' i Ovoshchi 7: 10-11



Brief descriptions are provided of cultivars of the following crops, mainly recommended as leaf salad vegetables, released for cultivation in Russia: 4 Dutch cultivars of lettuce for continuous production in greenhouses; 10 mainly Dutch and Russian cultivars of lettuce for garden and field cultivation; borage Rucheek; lovage cultivars Amur, Don Zhuan and Lider; black mustard Prima; salad cress Dukat; daikon Moskovskii Bogatyr'; marjoram Skandi; basil cultivars Vasilisk, Markiz and Orion; oregano Naryadnaya; rocket Izumrudnaya; hyssop cultivars Ametist and Lekar', and sweetcorn Nika 353.

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