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The importance of leaf frost resistance to the winter survival of seedling stands of Alfalfa Cultivars of medicago sativa, Medicago media and Medicago falcata

The importance of leaf frost resistance to the winter survival of seedling stands of Alfalfa Cultivars of medicago sativa, Medicago media and Medicago falcata

Canadian Journal of Plant Science 62(2): 399-405

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