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Results of trials on selecting new apple cultivars capable of direct vegetative propagation


, : Results of trials on selecting new apple cultivars capable of direct vegetative propagation. Vedecke Prace Ovocnarske 5: 75-85

From over one and a half million apple seedlings 405, mostly spur type, plants were selected which produced root initials (burr-knots) on the aerial parts.

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