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Study or the density changes in the agrobotanic group of meadow herbs influenced by high rations of nitrogen phosphorus potassium nutrients on permanent grassland rumex acetosa d galium d sp



Study or the density changes in the agrobotanic group of meadow herbs influenced by high rations of nitrogen phosphorus potassium nutrients on permanent grassland rumex acetosa d galium d sp



Pol'nohospodarstvo 14(5): 340-355




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