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Position of sucker-type propagation material for planting the pineapple cultivar Perola


, : Position of sucker-type propagation material for planting the pineapple cultivar Perola. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 13(3): 7-9

Suckers were planted conventionally (vertically) or at an angle. No statistically significant differences were noted with regard to crown size and fruit weight, diameter and height.

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