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Investigations on the intensive mineral fertilizing of potatoes d part 3 influence of fertilizing on the content of organic and mineral nitrogen forms in potato d tubers



Investigations on the intensive mineral fertilizing of potatoes d part 3 influence of fertilizing on the content of organic and mineral nitrogen forms in potato d tubers



Pamietnik Pulawski (37): 123-135




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