Cereal Breeding Related to Integrated Cereal Production
Pudoc, 1988 - Grain - 244 pages
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A J Slootmaker Chairman of the Eucarpia Cereal
cultivation of cereals
G Fischbeck Cereal breeding and input reductions
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