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Einfluß einiger Klima- und Anbaufaktoren auf die Ertragsbildung der Reissorte ‘IR-8’ in Cuba III. Klimaverhältnisse

  • Gerhard Lerch
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Effect of some climatic and agricultural factors on yield formation by the rice variety ‘IR-8’ in Cuba. III. Climatic conditions. With 27 Figures

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