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The results of varietal studies on sour cherry in 1959.

, : The results of varietal studies on sour cherry in 1959.. Bjull. centr. genet. Labor. Micurin. (Bull. Micurin centr. genet. Labor.). 9-10, 107-10

Two hybrids of sour cherry from Micurinsk are described. A clone of Krasa Severa Pozdnjaja has been selected.


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