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A supplementary bibliography on birdsfoot trefoil. 3. (1942-54). Birdsfoot trefoil. 4 : how it germinates



A supplementary bibliography on birdsfoot trefoil. 3. (1942-54). Birdsfoot trefoil. 4 : how it germinates



Rev. Oka. 5; 6, 123-37; 173-9. bibl. 244



Tabulated results are given from 5 germination trials in the laboratory with seeds of different varieties of birdsfoot trefoil.

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