International Symposium on Integrating Canopy, Rootstocks and Environmental Physiology in Orchard Systems: Wenatchee, Washington, USA and Penticton, British Columbia, Canada, 17-25 July, 1996, Volume 451, Issue 2
Bruce Harold Barritt, Frank Kappel, International Society for Horticultural Science. Section for Fruit. Working Group "Orchard and Plantation Systems"., International Society for Horticultural Science. Section for Fruit. Working Group "Rootstocks, Breeding, Evaluation and Environmental Physiology".
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