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Studies on the relation of leaf frequency to mineral nutrition and other cultural conditions of citrus tree

, : Studies on the relation of leaf frequency to mineral nutrition and other cultural conditions of citrus tree. Agricultural Research Review 51(5): 15-23

The percentages of fruit-bearing terminals, classified according to leaf frequency, are shown in table form for seven orange varieties and one mandarin variety.


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