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The results of a study of apple hybrids from crosses made in 1946-51.


, : The results of a study of apple hybrids from crosses made in 1946-51.. Nauc. Trud. krym. opyt. Sta. Sad. (Sci. Trans. Crimean exp. Sta., Hort.), 6: 93-108

Brief descriptions are given of the best 15 out of the 2200 hybrids produced in 97 different crosses.

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