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Report from the beet campaign 2001 - VDZ, Central Branch


, : Report from the beet campaign 2001 - VDZ, Central Branch. Zuckerindustrie 127(5): 337-346

This report on sugarbeet growing and processing in central Germany is based on a meeting of the Central Branch of the Union of German Sugar Technicians held on 15 March 2002 in Cologne.

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