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Researches concerning behaviour of some new rose varieties in conditions of Timisoara District



Researches concerning behaviour of some new rose varieties in conditions of Timisoara District



Bulletin Of University Of Agricultural Sciences And Veterinary Medicine Cluj Napocaculture: 1, 204-208



Results are presented of a study conducted during 2006-07 in Romania to determine the characteristics of rose cultivars Golden Delight, White, Rumba, Nina and Kimono, belonging to the Polyantha group.

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