Introduction and Selection of Drought and Salt Tolerant Plants for Afforestation and Landscaping in Arid Lands
Introduction and selection of plant species for afforestation and landscaping in arid regions was carried out in five locations in the Negev desert.
KeywordsBiomass Bark Candida Alba Populus
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