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The evaluation of different substrates for vitroplant and microbulblet acclimatization of garlic (Allium sativum L.)


, : The evaluation of different substrates for vitroplant and microbulblet acclimatization of garlic (Allium sativum L.). Cultivos Tropicales 23(3): 63-69

An experiment was conducted at the Liliana Dimitrova Horticultural Research Institute, Cuba to evaluate garlic vitroplant and microbulblet development in the adaptation phase, to determine the best substrate for microbulblet development in the acclimatization phase and to evaluate the genotype effects in this substrate.

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