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The results of introduction of red and white currant varieties at the Karaganda botanical garden.


, : The results of introduction of red and white currant varieties at the Karaganda botanical garden.. Trud. Inst. bot. Akad. Nauk Kazah. SSR (Trans. Inst. Bot. Acad. Sci. Kazah SSR), 17: 72-89

Gollandskaja belaja 1-16 was among several named varieties which were satisfactory in earliness, winter hardiness and yield.

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