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Results of producing new varieties of soya bean for the south of Kazakhstan

, : Results of producing new varieties of soya bean for the south of Kazakhstan. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (4): 14-16

In this outline of work at the Kazakh Agricultural Institute since 1962, useful hybrids bred are listed, including Primor'e 529 X Lincoln 8 and Ussuriiskaya 29 X VNIIMK9186. Kazakhstan 4 was selected after gamma irradiation of seeds.


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