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The roles of mycorrhizae and root nodules in tree nutrition

, : The roles of mycorrhizae and root nodules in tree nutrition. The roles of mycorrhizae and root nodules in tree nutrition, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation,Melbourne, Australia: 32

A reprint of a paper reviewing the subject, given to a post-graduate refresher course for foresters held at the University of Armidale, N.S.W., in May 1966.


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