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Experimental techniques for onion experiments


, : Experimental techniques for onion experiments. Vegetable Science 16(1): 9-13

In studies with the cultivars Arka Niketan, Arka Pragathi and Arka Kalyan, the plants were grown on plots of different sizes.

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