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Comparative physiological studies of cotton as affected by irrigation with waters containing various amounts of salt



Comparative physiological studies of cotton as affected by irrigation with waters containing various amounts of salt



Sel'skokhoziaistvennaia biologiia 14(6): 767-770




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