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Mitte and thrips populations of soyabean varieties of different ripening groups Kulonbozo erescsoportu szojafajtak atka-es tripsznepessege






Novenyvedelem. November; 3611: 583-589

Mitte and thrips populations of soyabean varieties of different ripening groups Kulonbozo erescsoportu szojafajtak atka-es tripsznepessege



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