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Recovery processes after leaf cutting in cereals and forage grasses part 6 the effects of season and temperature before or after cutting on the re growth of orchard grass plant



Recovery processes after leaf cutting in cereals and forage grasses part 6 the effects of season and temperature before or after cutting on the re growth of orchard grass plant



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 43(3): 416-424




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