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Performance Of 15 Miscanthus Genotypes At Five Sites In Europe

J. Clifton-Brown, I. Lewandowski, B. Åndersson, G. Basch, D. Christian, J. Kjeldsen, U. Jørgensen, J. Mortensen, A. Riche, Kai-Uwe Schwarz, K. Tayebi, Fernando Teixeira
Published 2001 · Biology

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John C. Clifton-Brown, Iris Lewandowskia, Bengt Andersson, Gottlieb Basch, Dudley G. Christian, Jens Bonderup Kjeldsene, Uffe Jorgensene, Jorgen V. Mortensene, Andrew B. Riched, Kai-Uwe Schwarze, Koeyumars Tayebic and Fernando Teixeirac (2001) Performance of 15 Miscanthus genotypes at five sites in Europe. Agronomy Journal, 93 (5) pp.1013-1019
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