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Results of variety trials with large-leaved oriental tobaccos in SR Macedonia


, : Results of variety trials with large-leaved oriental tobaccos in SR Macedonia. Godisen Zbornik na Zemjodelsko Sumarskiot Fakultet na Univerzitetot Skopje, Zemjodelstvo 26: 99-105

The large-leaved tobacco Maja, Hybrid 98 and H-253 were compared with the standard P10-3/2 in trials at Prilep in 1973.

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