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Studies on the irrigation of potatoes, onions and snap beans: I. The effects of the irrigation of several vegetable crops at different levels of available soil moisture. II. A study of the relationship between soil moisture and nitrogen levels, plant development and tuber set of the potato



Studies on the irrigation of potatoes, onions and snap beans: I. The effects of the irrigation of several vegetable crops at different levels of available soil moisture. II. A study of the relationship between soil moisture and nitrogen levels, plant development and tuber set of the potato



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