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Results of the introduction of some coniferous species into the steppe region of the Crimea and the prospects for their use


, : Results of the introduction of some coniferous species into the steppe region of the Crimea and the prospects for their use. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (94): 32-36 + smry.

Lists 45 of the 130 species and forms of conifers (mostly from the Mediterranean and N. American regions) that were tested in irrigated conditions in 1961-1972.

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